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    Thats great, I love these modifications. I just need to scour ebay for a house with a bigger garage and electric door for under £25
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    Took a trip up to Leeds from Selsey a week or so ago to get some work done on the Boxster IMS clutch and exhaust bypass Dropped the Boxster off at Revolution on the Thursday morning 9am and met Russ had a good chat felt confident she was in good hands and she was all when to plan with a couple of changes the clutch did not need replacing he said it had not done more than 5k so saved me £200 the IMS was a single row saved me £50 on that as he quoted for a duel row the exhaust bypass he said was a challenge as I have a none standard back bumper and he had to route the pipes in a new way over the top of the silencer but they stuck to the price quoted and last of all put two new rear tyres on her at very short notice They did a great job she now sounds like she should Grrrrrrrrr and I have peace of mind now I know the RMS IMS and clutch are good. Thank you Russ and the team for a great job done. Cheers Eddie
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    When I swapped the 56 plate 987 2.7 (value £10k) for the 981 S (faster, newer and 6 times the price!) it generated a refund in premium to me! IIRC the 987 used to be circa £550 to £740 pa whereas the 981 is around £360 pa
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    I'm saying nothing more ... but I only speak the truth
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    Well my wife is a nervous driver, does about 1000 miles year, hits anything stationary in her path and still gets dirt cheap Insurance 😌
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    Overwhelming guide and some serious food for thought. Also looking and it's definitely better to be warned than to fall foul. A lot to to digest. Thanks for posting.
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    As a quick one, with some guided photos. Tools Required - Positive screwdriver - 15mm socket/ratchet for removing bumper bar - HV5 Allen Key or T30 Torx, depending on who has been there before you - Something thin and pokeable How To First up, you'll want to raise the rear spoiler... On the rear of the spoiler cover, there are 3 plastic plugs. Pop the centre of these in, then the plug should easily lift out. Once the plugs are out, the cover should lift off easily by angling towards the rear (the back edge has a lip that needs to clear the metal bracket it attaches to) Once this cover is off, you'll see the 2 x Allen bolts (one at each end) which hold the top of the spoiler to the struts. These should undo with a HV5 attachment, but one of mine needed a T30 Torx as it was slightly rounded off. Once this 'lid' is off, you'll see a bar with 3 x Posidrive screws holding the bumper centre on. Watch the bits you popped in on the black plugs, as they will be loose inside the metal lid. Undo the three securing screws: Next up, undo the screws on the inner arch the hold the bumper corners on. Then you'll find six more on the circumference of the bottom edge of the bumper: Once the fixings are all removed, the bumper should move freely. Watch it doesn't just fall off as not much is holding it on now... With the bumper free, you can unclip any wires. I added parking sensors to mine a while back, so I had these plus the number plate light loom When I installed my sensors, I made them exit the grommet in order, which helps to know which wire is for which sensor Now, everything should be free... If you need access to the exhaust, the rear bumper brace is easily unbolted with the 2 x 15mm bolts (once each end) on the top of the bar itself (shown unbolted below). Once this is removed, it's easier to get to the exhaust. You can also remove the side pieces if necessary, with 4 10mm nuts (one plastic one in the wheel arch) holding each side on Refitting is the reverse of removal, with just a knack for getting the bumper cover back on etc.