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    987 Boxster S
  1. westcoaster, the same thing happened to me and it ended up being the power steering fluid (I cant remeber correctly), but DO go to the dealership to have them take a look at.
  2. i've got my 987s lowered too with the carrera s wheels... well, i now have the techart formula.
  3. tmoney, please do take some pics, at least with the lights on. I have HIDs on my car, and have the malfunction light message. I am looking to change my HIDs as I want to change the color of my current lights to a 5000-6000k. I would love to see how your lights look and compare to regular Xenons as 4300k is also an option I'm considering. Thanks and good luck. Alan
  4. tmoney, please do take some pics, at least with the lights on. I have HIDs on my car, and have the malfunction light message. I am looking to change my HIDs as I want to change the color of my current lights to a 5000-6000k. I would love to see how your lights look and compare to regular Xenons as 4300k is also an option I'm considering. Thanks and good luck. Alan
  5. Thanks everyone... wheels are techarts 20x8.5 fronts and 20x11 rear. Before it was lowered... notice the difference?? :D
  6. Hello everybody, I took some new pics a couple of days ago, I hope you like them. Alan
  7. Is there any way to replicate the sound of the sports exhaust by modifying the 987 exhaust? I know there was a way to imitate the 986 sports exhaust. Alan
  8. DBLVANOS, you're correct, H7 is the bulb you need. HIDs are working fine. Good luck Alan
  9. Thanks Loren, I just sent them an email. Alan
  10. Hello everybody... I have a question for anybody that knows about the subject. I have a 987 Boxste S with PASM suspension; what i want to know is if I can install KW variant 3 coilovers (the regular ones designed for non PASM cars) on my car, I know i might get warning lights, etc, but then I can go to the dealer to have them disable PASM. I know everybody must think that PASM is so great etc, etc, but here in Miami I dont need it that much, plus I dont autocross or anything, I just want looks. So, is it possible?? sponsors?? Thanks! Alan
  11. dont forget to post pics and a nice write up of your experience! good luck alan
  12. Westcoaster, I have the same car you have (987 boxster), and my HIDs are 35 watt, you dont have to worry a bit about damaging anything inside your headlight, HIDs run cooler than regular halogens. I see no downsides on having HIDs instead of halogens, only positive things. So, are you buying them?
  13. Westcoaster, I upgraded to HIDs, I love them but the only problem is you get a message on the computer saying "check left/right dipped lamp", besides that they're awesome. You can find a large thread on this link HIDs. I think I've posted pictures here, but just in case I'm wrong I'll share some with you. Alan
  14. Guys, I dont know exactly what are the bypass tubes, can someone please explain? I think they are some tubes that run between the section before the secondary cats and the tips... am I right?
  15. berty987, I tried to find the name you gave me on both, ebay and google, and no matches came up. Also I live in Miami, and I think I will have to ship them my exhaust (?), anyways, thanks and I'll keep looking. Alan
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