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Old 04-20-2023, 05:23 AM   #1
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2003 Guards Red Boxster S "GTS" Style Build

Hi all,

I have documented this a little more on my Instagram @clutchcooker, but I will go ahead and post some photos here. The amount of things that have been done with this vehicle over the last 12 years is more than I can count, but it's ultimately become what I would call the 986 GTS that Porsche never built.

I like to drive this car as much as possible, especially with passengers, and I just like to keep it looking OEM+ (as the cool kids say).

I will likely get a different vanity plate for it this summer. (3PDL is the top choice)

Notable Modifications/Equipment:
LED Headlights/Taillights & other bulbs
LN Engineering IMS Solution (Direct Oil Feed)
7mm/20mm F/R Spacers
Eibach Pro-Kit Springs
Koni Active Struts
Akebono Composite Brake Pads
Numeric Racing Shift Cables
Uniwerks/Ben's Ball Bearing Short Shifter
987S Airbox, 997S TB/Plenum w/BMC Filter
Low Temp Thermostat
Valved Eisenmann PSE
Secondary Cat Deletes
Custom Mesh for Intakes, Radiators
Painted Bumperettes
RENNkit Bluetooth Fiber Interface
...and more

- Tyler

Current: 2003 Boxster S. Guards Red/Metropol Blue. LN IMS, Numeric, PSE, Koni Shocks, Eibach Springs, and a few other things...

Former: 2005 Mercedes C230K 6MT.
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Old 04-21-2023, 11:18 AM   #2
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Sounds Rad
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Old 12-11-2023, 10:28 AM   #3
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The front/rear spacers. Is that for more track width for autocross or track days? Are you running special wheels with the spacers or longer wheel bolts/ wheel stud conversion?

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