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From our local tech sessions at Tim's shop.  A 2000 2.7 converted to a 3.4, with a few modifications.

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On the lift.

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Biggest front brakes I have seen on a Boxster.  The original front calipers are on the rear.

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996 cluster.

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Great Nose, Great wheels, great exhaust, Perfect Mods. Nice to see thanks.

What exhaust is that and will it fit on a 3.2

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My friend Paul just put an X51 3.6 liter in his Boxster S. He sold his 3.2 to my friend Carlos.

It's a completely different car now. The only thing, the cruise control doesn't work now so I guess he's going to have to put in a 996 instrument cluster.

Tom

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I will Kirby, when you pay my car insurance and go to traffic school for me. :lol:

Lion, see if you can get some pictures of the 3.6 X51. The only 3.6 conversions I have heard about are from euro Roock and Ruf.

The muffler is Dansk. I was wandering around during the tech session and did not catch the name for the sport cats and headers, so someone who was was there will have to give you the info. I remember Tim saying that while he was waiting for headers as a/the company did dynos and lost hp, and finally they did it right. That is what is in Larry's car.

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How did this picture get in with the Monster Boxster? Must be Danny's car.

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