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    San Diego, CA
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2003 Boxster S
  • Future cars
    2006 Z06
    Lotus Elise
    997 or new model Boxster
  • Former cars
    550+HP 1987 930 Turbo
    2003 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII
    2001 Corvette Z06
  1. No luck? I am trying to see if there were any 18X8's & 18X10's offered from the factory for the car.
  2. I am trying to determine all of the wheel options available in 18's for 2003. Can someone with the PET for 2003 take a look and post what the available 18" wheels part numbers are/were? Thanks a bunch, James
  3. What is the part number for the 5 mm spacer, the longer bolts needed and anything else (set screws)? Thanks, James Gunn-Wilkinson
  4. Wondering what the weight on the wheels that are optional on the 03 and up Boxsters weigh. They are the Carrera look 5 spoke wheels (thin spokes). Thanks, James PS, anyone have any they want to sell?
  5. You are right -- I had the dealer double check. Thanks a bunch!
  6. Wondering what the weight on the wheels that are optional on the 03 and up Boxsters weigh. They are the Carrera look 5 spoke wheels (thin spokes). Thanks, James PS, anyone have any they want to sell?
  7. Thanks for the response! OK -- the front seems pretty simple. I think the front bar 10 is m030 and the 04 is regular S. The rear is a different story. You are sure the 36-504 is for a 5 speed non-s?
  8. OK -- I have my new 2003 Boxster S and I am preparing it for SCCA stock class competition. What are the part numbers for the US 030 suspension for 2003 (shocks, springs, and sway bars)? I had heard that for 03 some things changed. Front bar size of non 030? Front bar size of 030? Rear bar bar size of non 030? Rear bar size of 030 (I had heard this is the same as non 030, but I want to be sure)? I got a link to a site with some of this info, but the site is not up-to-date with 2003 info. Here is the site: http://cb-racing.com/boxster_030.htm and here are the discrepencies I saw in comparing the part numbers a dealer gave me: For the rear springs I got part number: 986.333.531.36 504 USA030 for the 6 speed vs. the 986.333.531.32 504 part listed on the site. Also, for the front springs I got part number 986.343.531.16 504 USA030 vs the 986.343.531.12 504 part listed on the site Anyone know the differences? Which one is correct? One more thing, are the part numbers the same for 2004 M030? Thanks in advance, James Gunn-Wilkinson
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