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Ringer250

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    2014 Boxster 981 2.7 PDK Sapphire Blue, 1973 MGB GT V8, 2002 MGTF160, 2018 Discovery Sport, 2018 MG ZS SUV.

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    Bedfordshire
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    Football, cricket, running, motorsport, skiing

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  1. Rob, Done it back in 2015. there is a very useful how to you have probably seen posted by topradio and a detailed write up from Schell autosports done on a cayman but same set up on Boxster. http://blog.schnellautosports.com/2015/03/project-981-cayman-s-installing-981-gts.html Steve.
  2. This is the number I had via Tiele for the set of two in black with parking sensor holes 98150502132.
  3. Patt, Glad to hear things look a little more positive.?
  4. Top one looks like a modified exhaust. With a standard or S the factory fit diffuser is the same. You will we mostly the exhaust boxes albeit a slightly different shape if it is PSE or standard and a bit of suspension at both ends.
  5. DJMC, borrowed this from Planet 9 - original in first shot, GTS style in second. The GTS diffuser hides the exhaust boxes which you can see through the gaps in the original diffuser. With apologies to Topradio for jumping in on this!
  6. Yes, it was Poland. I checked and double checked the part numbers before and after the diffuser arrived just in case it was not a genuine part! Glad you remembered about the looms! Would have been very annoying discovering this the next time you drove it! Great write up and pics.
  7. Top radio - Great "how to". Glad I was able to help spend your money! Did you get the diffuser from UK or Tiele in Germany?
  8. Ready now for a blast down to Goodwood FOS

  9. I remember someone posted on the forum that they arranged a PCP to get any dealer/manufacturer discounts that were tied to taking Porsche (VAG) finance, then pay back within a month or so with another cheaper form of borrowing.
  10. Got this from the Go compare website: "Do I have to inform my insurers? While the successful completion of a speed awareness course does mean you've side-stepped a physical driving conviction, your insurance company still need to be made aware of this development as you broke the Road Traffic Act. Insurers will not be informed by the police or local authority of your speed awareness course completion, so the onus is on you to inform them in good faith. This needs to be done by the renewal of your policy at the very latest." There is still confusion over the SAC and insurance as some companies
  11. Got this from the Go compare website: "Do I have to inform my insurers? While the successful completion of a speed awareness course does mean you've side-stepped a physical driving conviction, your insurance company still need to be made aware of this development as you broke the Road Traffic Act. Insurers will not be informed by the police or local authority of your speed awareness course completion, so the onus is on you to inform them in good faith. This needs to be done by the renewal of your policy at the very latest." There is still confusion over the SAC and insurance as some companies
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