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Cayman Throttle Body

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Is Cayman in PET yet? I would assume so. I'm looking for the Cayman S throttle body part number and connected item part numbers on either side. On a 987 Boxster, these are located:

MG1, SG06, Ill. 106-00 (#16 Air Box Hose)

MG1, SG07, Ill. 107-00 (#1 Throttle Body; #2 Intermediate Piece Gasket, #3 Pan-Head Screw)

MG1, SG07, Ill. 107-10 (#8 Intermediate Piece)


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Wow, that's bizarre. I recently saw an opened-up Cayman at a tech session, and I could have sworn it was a 996 throttle body part number rather than the 986 part used in the 986/987. Maybe they recently switched? What's also weird is that my PET PDF shows part number 996.605.115.01 for the 996 and 997. Do you know if 996.605.115.01 has been superceded by 997.605.115.00? It doesn't list an SS in the retail price tool. Same question would apply for the gasket 996.110.319.00 which was used for both the 987 and 997 whereas you list 997.110.319.00. Has the earlier one been superceded?

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