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Parts are in Melbourne: 235/40ZR18 Sumitomo HTRZ III tyres x 4 can sell in pairs. plenty of tread. $100 each Genuine Factory Painted Yellow Centre Console as new 997.1 997.2 987.1 987.2 911 Cayman Boxster with matching ashtray. The ashtray alone costs a few $$ and is rarely included. Great to brighten an otherwise rather dark interior purchased from PCM. Has all the right cutouts etc as opposed to ones from USA. $800 Standard Black Centre Console used 997.1 997.2 987.1 987.2 911 Cayman Boxster with matching ashtray off 997 TT SOLD Used hand brake 997.1 997.2 987.1 987.2 911 Cayman Boxster Black leather, good condition off a 997 TT $300 Brand new hand brake 997.1 997.2 987.1 987.2 911 Cayman Boxster Black leather, new condition purchased from PCM. Standard leather.$500 Used Porsche Double DIN radio for 997.1 997.2 987.1 987.2 911 Cayman Boxster. Porsche may need to code for your car. 2 Available $300 Used 986 S exhaust for 986 Boxster. Muffler assembly with tips only. Pipes were cut pre muffler by exhaust shop. $300 Boxster door sill covers. One used great condition, one new with plastic over metal part. Sold as pair. $200 Pair of used leather sports seats from 997S. These will suit a fair few Porsches including 997.1 997.2 987.1 987.2 911 Cayman Boxster. Includes side airbags. Great condition. Electric adjustable back with manual lift. $1900 SOLD Used Cayman 17" Genuine Porsche wheels with continental contact sport tyres $900 Used 997.1 steering wheel for use with circular airbag. No tears or marks. $300 Used Alcantara GT3 steering wheel from 997.2 GT3 with circular airbag $700 SOLD Also have this: Audi TTRS exhaust system from APR $2000 http://goapr.com.au/products/apr_exhaust_cast_downpipe_25tfsi-au.html Website says will also suit Audi RS3 0401270025 preferably call. Steve
Hello All, I have just replaced the stock head unit with a Kenwood KMM-BT302. This unit does not have a CD player, but does have Bluetooth, hands-free, etc. I thought that I would share some of my learnings with you. Please forgive the lack of pictures, but I did not plan to create a post when I started. Car: 2001 996 C2 System: CDR 220, CD changer in the front, with door speakers (speakers already upgraded to Alpine SPS-410 speakers that seem to be popular with other people). What I have learnt: A new head unit transforms the audio experience (plus all the other added functionality of Bluetooth, etc)! Thanks goodness I don’t have a BOSE MOST system- that sounds v.tricky to upgrade. Get a set of audio trim tools and becker removal tools off ebay. An email to a supplier with a question and photo is worth the effort/ time. This is not as hard as I thought it would be! KIT If you want to upgrade speakers, these will save you from some fancy (and destructive alterations) http://www.jmgshop.com/9xx---dashboard-speaker-fitting-kit-without-speakers-355-p.asp There are a few different harness adaptors available 9again, will save you from chopping the original wiring). The one you choose will be based on the connectors (or lack of that your new head unit has). I would recommend contacting the harness supplier with a photo of the back of your new head unit (learnt this one the hard way). http://www.metraonline.com/part/Volkswagen_Audi_wire+harness_70-1787 is the one I used, but I originally ordered this one (in error as I have female plug receivers in my new head unit for the speaker inputs) https://www.dynamicsounds.co.uk/connects2-ct53-po01-porsche-911-boxster-active-system-amplifier-adaptor.html INSTILLATION Disconnect the battery. To remove the A pillar trim (if you want to install a mic there). Note that the coat hook needs to be prised off first. http://bethnrayndogs.com/car_docs/Porsche/porsche/Porsche_Tech/Porsche_TECHNICAL_BOOKS/Tech_Bulletins/Grp7_2-00-2.pdf After running the speaker wire from the A pillar down under the foot well, just cable tie the wire to the black hvac tubing above the pedals. Connecting the Metra harness to the new head unit harness was surprisingly easy. Basically, just connect like to like colour. I used crimp caps rather than muck around with soldering (I’m a little OCD, but don’t really care what it looks like behind the unit……). You will need to isolate the alarm wire: https://cai-store.com/pages/996-and-boxster-single-din-radio-instructions When installing the new head unit sleeve, I had to dremel away about 1mm either side of the enclosure. Test the unit before you slide it home. Here are some phots, hope this helps someone! Photo Notes Original harness- Blue and green plugs are redundant- new head units won't support front CD changer or factory phone. Harness phot- i removed the loose wires from the black plug and taped the unused wires from the factory harness. Finished phot- colours do match better in real life. Deleted the CD storage and replaced with new storage compartment http://www.5150motorsport.com/console-storage-shelf-upper.html
Hi all, getting my 1997, 986 Boxster ready to run. Been sorting out a couple of engine issues but now want to change out the old Blaupunkt radio for a more modern unit with Bluetooth. Looking for any suggestions or people to talk to of Sydney's north shore (Linfield area). It's a single din unit but I am unsure if a 1997 "plug and play" unit will be compatible with newer units with probably more modern sockets. Does anyone have experience? Are there conversion kits for the radio electrical wiring loom? Any dealers who anyone knows? Any help really appreciated.