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Old 08-14-2018, 07:51 PM   #20
RidgeRacer
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Possibly unpopular opinion: I would imagine that a Boxster that has not been driven recently is at a far higher risk for immediate IMS failure than one that gets driven.

Lubrication is huge preventative measure against IMS. When a car has been a garage queen, that lubrication is going to be less effective, at least at first.

Also, the metal is going to be at a higher risk to heat damage affecting it upon expansion.

I donít think itís a dealbreaker, but I think itís a reasonable concern.


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