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    2001 Boxster S
  1. I wish to thank all the RennTech members supporting me and all the soldiers over here! The kind words are very uplifting and always make me proud to be an American... You guys are great. As for the car, I just can't wait to drive it for the first time! I have decided I will probably do the double din stereo nav asap, but wait awhile on any body mods etc. Thanks again, Respectfully, Curly
  2. Thanks for the kind words Mike, my wife is driving once a week to keep things "warm". I got a feeling I may have some difficulty prying the keys out of her hand when she picks me up at the Airport! She likes it alot more than she thought she would... She even likes the manual tranny (what's not to like!?) Thanks for the heads up on the tires. Previous owner had said the same thing. I have never owned hi performance summer tires. I'm trying to decide whether or not to buy some extra wheels with all season tires for the occasional winter drive. Certainly don't plan on taking out in inclelnt weather, but would not mind being able to drive on a clear 30 degree day! Curly
  3. Thanks Bill, I have seen his tutorial, looks like a great kit as well. Anyone out there have any info on Rieger Tuning (maker of the above kit? They use ABS to make their parts, and I'm trying to find someone that has used them before...
  4. Thank you for the kind words. I had seen the aerokit II in pictures. Thought it was a bit too swoopy (not sure how else to describe). I just ran across a kit from Rieger that looks really sharp IMHO
  5. Greetings fellow Porsche owners (love the way that sounds). However, while you all get to drive your fantastic automobiles, I have to wait until I get home from Afghanistan in June 2011. I was able to talk my wife into to buying me a 2001 Boxster S, metallic black with a brown, full leather interior. 41000 miles and looks darn near new (at least from pictures I've seen and friends and family comments. Now I can't wait to drive it!!! I'll get 2 weeks at Christmas if the weather cooperates in SW Virginia... I am thinking about 2 upgrades and would like some opinions and recommendations. Planning on installing an in-dash nav/stereo system, any recommendations? Also want to put a new front bumper/spoiler and rocker panels to give it a more modern look. I just think the 2001 nose is a bit too pointy for my taste. I saw a 2008 Limited Edition and really like that front end alot. Haven't seen many recommendations for after-market aero kits on line and will not put anything on the car that does not look Porsche quality. Fiberwerks seems to make a really good product, but their front end is a bit too busy for me. I can't believe I already want to change the car and have not even driven it! Although what else can I do from 7000 miles away??? Fire away with any comments or recommendations! Yes they are crappy pictures (from the seller's ad actually), but I have the title now and that's all that really matters!
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