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post #1 of 12 Old 03-30-2019, 05:14 PM Thread Starter
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First mods CGTS

I've had my baby for 3 weeks. Slightly used 2018 gts CPO. Added the white side markers and the black 718 Cayman gts logo on the rear. Next step is fixing a couple small rock chips.
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post #2 of 12 Old 03-30-2019, 06:55 PM
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I've had my baby for 3 weeks. Slightly used 2018 gts CPO. Added the white side markers and the black 718 Cayman gts logo on the rear. Next step is fixing a couple small rock chips.

The white side markers are what the designers intended the 718 to be equipped with, only US regulations (and maybe others?) force them to put on orange markers.
I am glad I live a place where the 718 is delivered with white markers from the factory
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post #3 of 12 Old 03-31-2019, 04:39 PM
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I'm getting ready to pick my CGTS up in the next week. Clear markers are my first mod
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Clear side markers were the first mod on my 2014 Cayman and 2018 Cayman. I also added the Lid Liner for the hood and storage liners for the frunk and trunk.

Current: 2018 Cayman, Black with black leather interior, Cayman S wheels, 6MT, numerous performance and luxury options
Previous: 2014 Cayman, Black with black interior, Cayman S wheels, 6MT
Previous: 1986 944, Stone Gray with black interior, phone dial wheels, 5MT
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post #5 of 12 Old 04-03-2019, 02:29 AM
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I have a 2018 Cayman S. Bought used at 3600 miles. Within 3 months, I already have the mods as below. Stopped counting how much I spent now


- Cobb Tuning stage 1
- Porsche central radiator
- Kline exhaust ( replaced the PSE)
- BMC air filter
- Kline 200 cell downpipe
- clear side marker
- 15% tint all around, and 80% tint in front
- clear bra
- Zunsports grille for front bumper
- Zunsports grille for side air intake
- carbon fiber cover for side air intake
- carbon fiber cover for side mirror
- carbon fiber license plates frame for front and back
- carbon fiber interior trims
- carbon fiber PDK shifter extender

To be done soon
- Cobb pro-tune for stage 2

To be done in future
- replace the P-Zero tire with Michelin PS4S tires

Actively looking
- larger turbo (TTE580, possible for 580 HP? Cost $6k)
- IPD plenum ( hope they will develop one soon)
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post #6 of 12 Old 04-03-2019, 08:44 AM
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My first mods were exterior car cover, trunk and frunk liners and all weather floor mats

2017 Miami Blue Boxster S 6M
- Porche Torque Vectoring
- Sport Chrono
- Carbon Fiber Interior Trim
- Entry & Drive
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My first mods were four coats of Ceramic Pro and Zunsport grills for the left and right radiator openings in the front fascia, and a pseudo mod would be a "well-used" iPhone 7 that will be staying in the phone compartment from "soon" until next winter to function with Apple CarPlay. A host of car and driver purchases to enhance the maintenance and driveability of both.

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post #8 of 12 Old 04-03-2019, 05:30 PM
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I have a 2018 Cayman S. Bought used at 3600 miles. Within 3 months, I already have the mods as below. Stopped counting how much I spent now


- Cobb Tuning stage 1
- Porsche central radiator
- Kline exhaust ( replaced the PSE)
- BMC air filter
- Kline 200 cell downpipe
- clear side marker
- 15% tint all around, and 80% tint in front
- clear bra
- Zunsports grille for front bumper
- Zunsports grille for side air intake
- carbon fiber cover for side air intake
- carbon fiber cover for side mirror
- carbon fiber license plates frame for front and back
- carbon fiber interior trims
- carbon fiber PDK shifter extender

To be done soon
- Cobb pro-tune for stage 2

To be done in future
- replace the P-Zero tire with Michelin PS4S tires

Actively looking
- larger turbo (TTE580, possible for 580 HP? Cost $6k)
- IPD plenum ( hope they will develop one soon)
-
Sounds awesome. Any photos with your carbon bits.

2019 Cayman GTS GT Silver
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post #9 of 12 Old 04-03-2019, 10:31 PM
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Thanks. The interior pictures are from sellers website since I did not take photo of my interior
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Stephenc:

Where did you get your CF interior bits done? How difficult is it to remove said bits...and get them back where they belong?

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