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  1. Thanks for all the input and ideas. The idea of the combi valve is something to consider. If the CEL was on, I'd definitely look into it. Actually, I'd like to, anyhow. What's the best way to do so? On another 986 board, it was suggested that the SAI may actually run longer in initial start up in mild temps, in comparison to when it is actually cold. This is due to the fuel mixture the engine sees in the colder start environment, which is richer and leads to more uncombusted fuel mixing with the injected air. This would result in the cats firing sooner. It makes sense, to me, and aligns wi
  2. First post here, so if I'm doing it wrong, let me know! I'm a new Boxster owner, having purchased a 2003 986 S a month or so ago. It is a 49k mile car, all records, IMS done 1000 miles ago (PO had done just before extended warranty expired, to enhance resale value). I'm really pleased with the car. As for me, I am a decent parts replacer and set up guy (autocross SCCA at National level, currently running a Van Diemen RF88, and also am finishing a bare-metal up restomod on my '66 Sunbeam Tiger), but get pretty lost with modern electronics and emissions systems. I started noticing an electri
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