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Old 03-31-2013, 11:31 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by rondocap View Post
Ok, it's fun with the top down on a nice day, but for me the boxster isn't a cruiser, but a redlining, winding road carver.

So I had the top down today, and then I put it up.

Car felt much more intimate, and I could hear the engine and exhaust better over 30mph speeds.

With the top down, you sort of lose the exhaust to wind noise over a certain speed.

Anyone else agree? So when you want to feel the air, top down...but for performance driving and to feel the car, top up like a cayman.

I totally agree with you. Exception to the rule is driving LA "free"ways with top down enhances rear vision & lane change quickness.
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