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PSL-Boxster

New Boxster

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hi. i just got a new boxster, its a 2003 black/black 2.7 tiptronic. Does anyone have any little tips on anything with it? I'm not looking to improve power output. Possibly some mods to the suspension..

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I saw a hardtop that mimicks the Cayman. I prefer the 911, but a boxster with that is nice... Albiet you want suspension mods, a hardtop is nice. It has the look, and you can take it off in nice weather. I suggest skipping the suspension mods (factory FTW!), and going with a hardtop

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You will find it a lovely auto as is. If you want to go faster, learn to drive it that way. Unless you are really good, nothing improves the speed like a little education. Good Luck. Ed

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yeah, there are little things here and there, and some even claim power gain but you actually loose some, but really best upgrade is a bigger engine, its hard to squeeze some power out of these cars without major $

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I agree with Cvhs18472. If you want more power, next time buy the "S".

Pretty sure he doesn't want more power. next time read the post.

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Congrats! Yup, S is the way to go .

Desnorkle ur 986! extra 5HP

I agree with Cvhs18472. If you want more power, next time buy the "S".

Pretty sure he doesn't want more power. next time read the post.

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