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Anyone done a PSS9 Install? (or other susp recmndtn)

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I am considering a PSS9 install for my 2000 Boxster 2.7.

Has anyone done a PSS9 install themselves that can advise on any pointers. I have read the Boxster Suspension R & R post by Highlander and have the Bentley manual. I am pretty good mechanically, do all my own brake work, fluid changes etc. but by no means a "pro". What do I need to know, or watch out for?

This Boxster is new to me and is my second Boxster and 5th Porsche. I went Boxster, 968, 993, 944S2 and now back to a Boxster and have come full circle.

It is my weekend fun car, I attend about 6-8 DE's per year. Any other suggestions on a good track/street suspension set up other than the PSS9's?

Thanks in advance.

Jim K.

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Nothing special to look out for that is not mentioned in my suspension R&R.

Another coil-over setup people seem to like is the JIC. You can find some limited info on it over the the Boxster Racing Board. Click the "search" link and enter JIC in the keyword box.

Good Luck,


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