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Bk4205

Cayman servicability ?

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Hi,

I happen to be relatively new to the whole Porsche car thing and have been a long time fan of the 911 since I was a youngster. I purchased a used 2002 Carrera with the Tiptronic tranny last June and have loved the car's drivability and ease to work and service the car as well. I have recently become rather fond of the Cayman model but know nothing about them and their ability to be worked on by a home garage kind of person. As I said the 911 has been pretty easy to work on and parts are relatively ok to access. My question goes out to any Cayman owners as to their experiences as to getting to the engine and other peripherals on the car and working on its systems and the like

I also am just a hair over six feet tall and have the seat all the way back in my 911 and cannot quite stretch my left leg out. On a long drive I have to get out of the car and take a little break after several hours due to this and was also curious as to the Cayman's room with no back seats built into the car and the adjustability of the seats? Any comments are welcome as this Porsche thing has become a great hobby and passion.

Regards,

Brad

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I am 6'2" and you will find the Cayman 987 to offer slightly more leg room than the 996/986 series. If your are skilled enough to work on a 911, you should be right at home with the 987C.

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White987S,

Just the kind of info I was looking for. Appreciate your comments and time.

Brad

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