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Old 07-21-2021, 09:43 AM   #1
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Lapis Blue OEM Speedster humps + more

Selling my Speedster humps. Aftermarket, but not sure what brand. Painted Lapis Blue. Comes with protective bags and mounting bolts.

Located in Houston, Texas. Local pickup is preferred but we can work out shipping if desired.

$600 obo





Also available: OEM Porsche Battery Tender and pre-facelift tail lights.

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Old 07-21-2021, 11:45 AM   #2
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Why all the nice parts are always so far away?
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Old 07-22-2021, 06:32 AM   #3
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Why all the nice parts are always so far away?
Why do I choose to live in a subtropical climate where speedster humps are like Russian roulette but for rain?
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Why do I choose to live in a subtropical climate where speedster humps are like Russian roulette but for rain?
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how does the top work with those installed.. Thanks Frank
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how does the top work with those installed.. Thanks Frank
It doesn't. You have to remove them to be able to operate the top. It only takes a couple minutes to install/remove.
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Oh..ok that's not a big deal...Thanks
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Edited to reflect that they are NOT OEM as previously stated. They were represented to me as such when I bought the car, but it does not appear that they are. Apologies.
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Edited to reflect that they are NOT OEM as previously stated. They were represented to me as such when I bought the car, but it does not appear that they are. Apologies.
Any idea how shipping would work out?

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How did they fit on your car?
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Old 09-12-2021, 06:16 AM   #13
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Speedster Humps Lapis Blue

I'm interested but would need shipped to 18902.

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How did they fit on your car?
Similar to the pics I've seen of the OEM ones: velcro straps in the middle between the roll bars, and locking latches w/ round pins at the outer corners.

I think the biggest difference vs. OEM is that there's not a rubber/plastic trim around the outer edge of the humps.
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Similar to the pics I've seen of the OEM ones: velcro straps in the middle between the roll bars, and locking latches w/ round pins at the outer corners.

I think the biggest difference vs. OEM is that there's not a rubber/plastic trim around the outer edge of the humps.
I've OEM humps... no trim.

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