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    2003 911 Cabrio
  1. Just bought a new (to me) 2003 Base Boxster for my wife as she liked my 2003 911 a lot. Sweet ride... I prefer the handling vs my 911 but it doesn't have the same grunt. Both are very nice for different reasons. On morning she got into it an the battery was dead. I charged it up and it worked for a day but the next day was dead again. It only seemed to drain after a full night. Took it to the local Porsche dealer and they indicated that the battery was no good. It was a cheap Motomaster battery installed by the previous owner and was not even the right size. So how much for a new one
  2. I have a 2003 911 cabrio (no PSM) with the Carrera 18" wheels and need a new set of tires. I have decided on the Michelin Pilot Super Sports based on reviews and price. Unfortunately, they do not make stock sized rear tires (285/30 ZR18). My choices for rear tires are: 285/35-18 - (taller) or 265/35-18 - (narrower) My choices for front tires are: 225/40-18 - Original size 235/40-18 - Seen others recommend... not sure why 2 questions: 1) Which rear tire size would you recommend? 2) Why should I change the size of the front tires from the original size? Thanks for you input.
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