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Ancosta 12-07-2013 06:35 AM

02 986 2.7, Having RMS changed, what else to do while there?
02 2.7 boxster w/5-sp manual...car is at dealer and I am having following replaced under 3rd party warranty:

Spark plug seals
Alternator (the 3rd party warranty people are going to send the dealer a reman?)

Car has 60k and has run well.

I am thinking of having the clutch done (its original) and installing an LN IMS bearing upgrade. I am not sure if I am going to keep the car long term or not, but I think the bearing would be a good selling point.

What else would you consider doing while the car will be in this state of teardown?

Will post my experiences w/the 3rd party warranty later. Thanks in advance...!

coreseller 12-07-2013 06:44 AM

If it were me, I'd definitely do the complete clutch kit and the IMS bearing upgrade. You MIGHT see half of that money back if you sell, it would be more of a selling point to differentiate you Boxster vs. others.

healthservices 12-07-2013 06:48 AM

I just did this and one of my cv boots was torn I replaced all. Of course you have a warranty so they will only do this if they are torn or damage. The fluid in the trans does not need to be removed to do the work but I would go ahead and do that too since they are there.

Oh I don't think you wil only get the money back by doing these, maybe a little bit more but it will make it easier to sell. Porsches are a hard sale. Buyers are super picky unless you go super cheap.

runjmc2 12-07-2013 07:31 AM

My Indy quoted less than 2 hours extra for the IMS while in there. At his rate that would be around $800 total with parts. For that, and a single row 2002, I'd definitely do it. If they want a lot more than $1K extra I would ask some questions...

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