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Old 06-09-2013, 06:11 AM   #1
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NEW PICTURES FS: Boxster S 3.6L Race Car PRICE REDUCED

If anyone is looking to race or DE a very fun and fast Boxster S 3.6L mine if for sale.

Here are some of the details

2000 Porsche Boxster S Race car - 2,538# total weight w/o driver

MOTOR & TRANSMISSION
2004 3.6L 996 motor
(Jan-2013) Rear Main Seal (RMS) replaced
Motor confirmed to have the Newer Intermediate Shaft (IMS) Bearing
Porsche Motorsports Air Oil Separator
X51 Oil Baffle System
FVD Exhaust headers straight flow exhaust

MoTeC Engine Management, M800 ECU
MoTeC SDL Dash logger
MoTeC i2 Standard Data Acquisition
MoTeC track data files provided with set up book (if desired)
MoTeC GPS Antenna for start finish laps and Google Earth race line overlays

AASCO Motorsports flywheel
Guards Transmission (GT) LSD GT2RPro 4340 Chromoly LSD 80/50 Lockup
(June-2013) 6 Speed Transmission rebuilt

SUSPENSION
27mm 5 way adjustable front bar
19.75mm 2 way adjustable rear bar
Tarett extended front drop link bracket attached to shock
Moton 15 position Double Adjustable Motorsport Remote Reservoir Shocks
Eibach Main Springs 700 pounds front, 800 pounds rear
(Aug-2012) All suspension parts replaced: all lower control arms, rear forward arms, front A arms, rear toe arms

WHEELS
2 Sets of Enkei Performance NT03+M
18x8.5
18x10

GENERAL
AMB Transponder
Lexan windscreen and rear window
Air jacks (3) with spares and trigger control "Cup Car Solution" air wand
Cool Suit
Ultra Shield race seat (2)
(Feb-2013) New 6 point Schroth race harness
(Feb-2013) New Schroth window net
(Feb-2013) New Schroth right side driver net
3 Jet Fire Suppression system
GT3 Cup front nose with custom brake duct intakes, 3 radiators with ducting
Racing Electronic Motorola Radios
Custom sealed double feed air box with K&N filter
Braided steel brake lines
Ultra light roof skin no liner
Fiberglass light shape replacements
Single custom windshield wiper sweep

RACE CLASS
PCA Class GT3S
PBOC Class R3
NASA Class GT3S


Lap times
2:21 Sebring
1:36 Road Atlanta
1:40 Barber
2:07 VIR
2:03 Daytona
1:37 Homestead

Video and Pictures below. Tons of high resolution pics available if interested.




Asking $39,000

Car is located in Tampa FL
Also, if interested, 42 ft triple axel Haulmark gooseneck and Honda mini truck pit support vehicle. Inquire for pictures, pricing, and info on those items.
Contact Chad Knoerr at 941.545.9688 or cknoerr@tampabay.rr.com

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Old 08-07-2013, 04:50 PM   #4
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New price !

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Old 11-03-2013, 08:40 AM   #5
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Price reduced

New Lower Price, $39,000. PM, Email, or call to discuss all the extra features associated with this very fast and easy to drive race car.

Examples of how nice it is to drive fast.

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Old 01-01-2014, 08:47 AM   #6
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Bump. Good looking car. Engine and trans sound good!!
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Old 01-02-2014, 06:46 PM   #7
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Mate isn't this car a bit too fast maybe? no?!

I mean I took my 2.5 on the track a few times already, it's fun and scary but nothing that bloody fast in any ways. I'm glad I never took a ride with you on a circuit brotha, I'd crap my pants I think

(nice video btw.... wakes up the adrenaline big time)
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Old 01-03-2014, 04:13 PM   #8
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Brad,

Thanks for the bump.

The 3.6L is an awesome motor and the exhaust that was developed for the car makes it sound great.

If you know anyone in the market please direct them to my link. I have a new house (old house) that we are remodeling and needles to say, I'm motivated...
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Old 01-18-2014, 06:30 AM   #9
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Nine8Six,

I don't think the car is too fast. I do know that the MoTeC ecu could be retuned to make more HP and TQ so it could always go faster.

If anyone has questions about the car, I have it in my home garage now and can take pictures of any specific part/piece if needed.
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Old 02-01-2014, 06:11 PM   #11
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NEW Video

Video of cockpit review, start up, and walk around. Goal is to show folks, who can't see the car in person, a little more about my car.



Let me know what you think.

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Old 02-04-2014, 08:53 AM   #12
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I'd like to ask publicly: what keeps people from buying this car?

Seriously?

Motec
AirJacks
Moton's

Those 3 things right there SCREAM quality/pro build.

Am I missing something? Has it been wrecked 100 times??

Can someone step up and be honest with me?

Is it strictly price based? Too expensive?

I see 60k in the car if i just throw a pencil on paper!
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I know how much the "quick disconnects" run for the shocks!! (sad I know)
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I do have to ask this: why do people put rags/socks/zip ties around the brake fluid reservoir cap????

I know *why* people do it.. but why not correct the problem? instead of putting a band aid on it?

Two words: Turkey Baster!! PULL SOME FLUID OUT!! Run it where the top piece meets the bottom piece!!

The issue is: people see low fluid, so they ADD fluid ??? YOUR PADS ARE WORN!! LOL when you install new pads?? what happens?? the FLUID raises up past the full point!! then spills over when heated!!

Rant over I've never run the socks/sweat bands/rags.. never..
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Brad,

Thanks for the questions on why it isn't selling. Unfortunately, I can't answer that any more than you can. The numbers invested keep me awake at night vs. what the market will bear. The good news is someone will get a great build at pennies on the dollar.

Regarding the cloth over the brake fluid reservoir, I think you answered your own question/rant but here is my take. I like to have a high brake pedal even when the pads are worn past half way. The only way I know how to accomplish this is to keep the fluid at its max fill mark (that or replace pads when they hit half used). So, sure you could lower the volume but I think the pedal feel is longer when you do that.

My fix is put the cloth over it so it absorbs all the spillage so the fluid doesn't sit in the bottom of the trunk or get all over the battery/fire bottle.

Hope to find a good home for her soon.

And NO the car hasn't been wrecked 100 times. It is straight and corner balances like no other with the weight in the middle. Alignment and tire wear are outstanding. Just saying.

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makes me cringe to think the market is so soft for my own car. Oh well, guess I get to keep it!

Good luck on the sale
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Hoping to frequent this forum as its new owner soon!
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Welcome .....you will find great discussion and insightful information....and a few folks that like to pull your chain....
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I've contemplated building something similar which is why I'm watching this thread!!

(Eric) already built it..

but why build something if I have ZERO chance of selling it? I know there are people out there right now building similar cars!!

Why not buy one built for .50 on the dollar and *adapt* it to your liking??
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