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RS Teknik Cayman

anotherGT2

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Has anyone else read the article in 911&PW about this car?

It's here on the Paul Stephens site:

http://www.paul-stephens.com/RS-Teknik-Porsche-987-Cayman-S-Clubsport-Sold/car4218


I've been missing my old Cayman since I sold it in February. Very tempted to put something like this together out of a high mileage Cayman S.

From what I can tell all this has is:

Bucket seats
Sports Exhaust
Alcantara wheel
Sport mode switchable throttle map like Chrono
Stiffer H&R springs on the standard passive dampers


This might be the ultimate track day machine for 2013
:D :thumbs:


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Would that be to replace the GT2 or additional? Hold on... I thought you were going for a gen 2 GT3...?? :grin:
 
He'll have all three, then get anotherGT2
 
:D


The GT2 stays, that's a keeper... for 2012 :D

I want to do some track days next year as I only managed one trip to Spa this year. I didn't like the GT2 on track, too fast/nice/rare/expensive to be thrashing around tracks, it's also boring as there's no enjoyment in being slow in corners only to unleash 530bhp and thrash by most other cars on the straights. I prefer the scrappy track day driving you get in a slower car, the Cayman S was perfect for me, the track days I did in my Sport Edition were the best I've done.


I reckon with the new Cayman out next year early high mileage 3.4s could be a real bargain, fingers crossed I get money in my Christmas cards :thumbs:
 
... I see. I wonder GT3 what car could GT3 be out GT3 there that might GT3 combine GT3 your love of GT3 the 911 with GT3 trackdays GT3 :?:
 
Come on Gav, get a GT3 996.

Cayman S (70,000 miles) £16,500-£17,000 (for a nice one)
Suspension £2,500
Seats £1,500
Brakes £2,000
Exhaust £2,000
Engine parts£2,000 (to make the engine stronger for track work X51 sump ect..)

And after having it say 12-18 months worth £15,500-17,000

After costing you £26,500 (ish) to build, then lose around £8-10,000 come resale.

GT3, buy one with everything done, there great money right now.

in 12-18 months should be worth the same money, PLUS it will teach you how to drive a 911.

Could see you in a nice MK1 996 :grin:
 
Daniel said:
Come on Gav, get a GT3 996.

Cayman S (70,000 miles) £16,500-£17,000 (for a nice one)
Suspension £2,500
Seats £1,500
Brakes £2,000
Exhaust £2,000
Engine parts£2,000 (to make the engine stronger for track work X51 sump ect..)

And after having it say 12-18 months worth £15,500-17,000

After costing you £26,500 (ish) to build, then lose around £8-10,000 come resale.

GT3, buy one with everything done, there great money right now.

in 12-18 months should be worth the same money, PLUS it will teach you how to drive a 911.

Could see you in a nice MK1 996 :grin:

I'm sure I recall someone on here having a nice one currently for sale!!! :?: :?: :?: Dan :?: :?: :?:
 
Gav is looking for a car with stability control ! so no seat of the pants
996 GT3 /993/964 will cut it

Sorry Gav I will get me coat :coat: :drive:

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