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Old March 30th, 2014, 10:37 AM   #1
tjgalati
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2000 Boxster Super Spec Race Car - $35,000

This car is built to the new Super Spec standards for advanced Boxster spec speed and handling. This is the logical next step up for Boxster spec racers or those who want to start out a little faster than the Boxster spec series. Since starting the build this car has 4 track days on it. It has been built to the highest specifications for the new Boxster Superspec class.

Chassis - Boxster S chassis starts with many of the common Boxster Spec upgrades
  • Larger oil cooler
  • Larger 996 based brake calipers with cross drilled rotors
  • Heavy duty rear uprights (larger wheel bearing than the non-s upright)
  • Revised rear toe link geometry
  • Center “3rd” radiator
  • Boxster S front bumper
  • Non traction control car
  • Bare tub build (everything was removed and inspected)
  • Bare tub pressure washed and hand scrubbed
  • Front and rear sub frames were walnut blasted

Suspension
  • JRZ double adjustable threaded body shocks (non-remote canister)
  • Swift zero rate tenders
  • Swift 672lb Front and 748lb Rear springs
  • Tarett long drop links in front (to prevent bump steer)
  • RSS Billet adjustable control arms (F+R)
  • RSS monoball adjustable toe links (F+R)
  • 996 GT3 5 way adjustable front sway bar

Brakes
  • Stainless braided brake lines
  • Pagid racing brake pads (Orange Front, Black Rear)
  • Larger Boxster S calipers
  • Ported Boxster S rotors
  • GT3 front brake air ducts

Interior
  • TIG welded DOM Professional roll cage by TC Design
  • Momo Daytona XL full halo seat on factory sliders via Brey Krause seat mounts
  • Schroth 6 point harness “Hans”
  • Momo steering wheel with quick release
  • Race peddles with dead peddle and heal toe extensions
  • Manual dual pull fire safety extinguisher
  • Electrical
  • Stripped down wiring harness removing 20+ lbs of weight
  • GT3 Cup Pro Electronic kill switch (driver inside switch and cowl button)

Exterior
  • 275 width R888 in front and rear with an additional narrower set of front wheels
  • Front and rear GT3 Cup tow hooks
  • Fully painted 10lb composite top with integrated convertible cover with Lexan rear window
  • Full set of carbon fiber skins (doors, hood, trunk and convertible cover)
  • Fully painted grill mesh in front and rear

Engine\Trans
  • 3.2 liter M96 engine
  • June 2013 - Engine was pulled from another 2000 Boxster S with $42k mi
  • New belts
  • New spark plugs
  • IMS upgrade
  • X51 oil pan
  • New front and rear main seals
  • EGR block off plates
  • Underdrive pulley
  • High flow headers
  • Straight pipe exhaust
  • New factory Porsche 6 speed transmission with about 3 hours on it
  • Balanced Aluminum flywheel with new clutch

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Old May 7th, 2014, 08:51 AM   #2
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Bump, she is still available.
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Old May 28th, 2014, 05:29 PM   #3
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10% Price reduction - $31,500

Get a steal on a great and little used ride.
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