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Old 06-07-2019, 05:07 PM   #1
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Hey all, this is my first post after having learned so much from this amazing forum for the last few years of Porsche ownership. I have a 99 boxster as original as it gets, and have a weird love hate thing going on..Hate I have to rip the aluminum panel off every time I need to wrench and the lack of wrench space almost everywhere, but have big love every time I squirt around the bends. Its the greatest car I have ever driven and live for the experience daily..Fan boi here.

I just replaced my clutch, rms, ims, maf, aos, brakes, clutch slave, oil fill tubes, coolant tank,water pump,thermostat,plugs,coils,plug tubes. This forum was mostly responsible for my success at doing all the wrenching myself. I am on a journey to bring this neglected car back to life. Just wanted to say hey and thanks to all for the wisdom shared.

I look forward to getting plugged in...

Greg
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Hey all, this is my first post after having learned so much from this amazing forum for the last few years of Porsche ownership. I have a 99 boxster as original as it gets, and have a weird love hate thing going on..Hate I have to rip the aluminum panel off every time I need to wrench and the lack of wrench space almost everywhere, but have big love every time I squirt around the bends. Its the greatest car I have ever driven and live for the experience daily..Fan boi here.

I just replaced my clutch, rms, ims, maf, aos, brakes, clutch slave, oil fill tubes, coolant tank,water pump,thermostat,plugs,coils,plug tubes. This forum was mostly responsible for my success at doing all the wrenching myself. I am on a journey to bring this neglected car back to life. Just wanted to say hey and thanks to all for the wisdom shared.

I look forward to getting plugged in...

Greg
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