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Old 08-13-2020, 04:48 AM   #1
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Hi, this is Robert from Düsseldorf Germany.
I have a Boxster S from 2000.
I own this car for 3 years now and it makes a lot of fun driving it.
The Engine is running pretty well for 225 000 Kilometers.

There are some technical things i have to fix right now ( clutch, suspension, enginemounts... Exaust...)

I would like to go a little more far and leighten the Boxster up
And replace the original Parts with " Performance Parts "
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So, at first i want to Start with the suspension.
It would be nice if someone has an opinion for the HR Monotube clubsport suspensionsystem.

Best regards Robert
Sorry for my english...


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Old 08-18-2020, 02:27 PM   #2
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Robert,

You are on the right track.

Do replace all rubber and potentially worn out solid ball joint suspension parts. 225K is mid-life.

On the H&R clubsport kit, could be a good fit. If you are more track inclined, the spring rates will not be firm enough. Street/Track probably fine.

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