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eriojas

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been searching the web to buy oil and air filter for my 2005 boxster, but i only find filters for the 986, are they the same used for the 987?

thanks

eduardo

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Interesting filter changes from Porsche.

The 986 series (and 996 series) have used part numbers: 996.107.020.52, 996.107.020.53, 996.107.020.54 and now the parts list shows 996.107.020.55. The MY03 and newer 996 says to use 996.107.020.60

The Cayman (as does the 997) shows 996.107.020.53 only.

The 987 shows 996.107.020.60 only.

Very interesting since all these cars use the same basic engine.

I do not know the differences. Tool pants and I tried to see a difference between the .52 and .53 - we couldn't see any. I guess it's time to go visit our friendly parts department again and ask to see the 5 filters... :lol:

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