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WTB: 987 Track Parts

 
Old 11-19-2018, 12:15 PM
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Default WTB: 987 Track Parts

Category: Accessories
Price (no $ sign please): $1
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Part fits (select ONLY those which apply): 987, 997, Cayman
Location (Region): Texas
Item Condition: Used

2006 Cayman S. Looking to buy the following parts:

1. 987 Motorsport AOS oil separator

2. Center 3rd radiator kit/parts

3. Power Steering Cooler Kit

4. 987 PCCB rotors/pads

5. Girodisc steel rotors for 987 w/ factory PCCB 350mm

6. Transmission Gear Oil Cooler Kit

Send PM for fastest response. Thanks -Zach

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Old 11-21-2018, 11:59 AM
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someone building a SPC class car?
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Originally Posted by stujelly View Post
someone building a SPC class car?
Ha I'd love to, but currently not enough time or money! Just a solid weekend driver and DE car. Gotta keep cool in the Texas summer heat.

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Send me a PM if you have something. Thanks!
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Old 12-14-2018, 06:29 AM
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I've the pccb rotors and pads for sale, from my 987.2. the gt2 carbon seats for sale too.
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Originally Posted by Ken Lau View Post
I've the pccb rotors and pads for sale, from my 987.2. the gt2 carbon seats for sale too.
At those prices I'll switch to GiroDisc. I realize the price I'd like to pay for PCCB rotors (to justify NOT switching to GiroDisc) is probably unrealistic. Thanks!
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Bump... added power steering cooler kit
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i did the first 3 mods on mine. You might want to consider the 996 Motorsport AOS. Cost alot less, and only requires small modification, which is still cheaper than a 987 motorsport AOS.
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Originally Posted by Neb View Post
i did the first 3 mods on mine. You might want to consider the 996 Motorsport AOS. Cost alot less, and only requires small modification, which is still cheaper than a 987 motorsport AOS.
Neb, thanks for the insight! I read the DIY and still considering doing the 996 AOS, but would prefer the easier install of the 987-specific AOS. What power steering cooler kit did you go with?
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Originally Posted by Zach L View Post
Neb, thanks for the insight! I read the DIY and still considering doing the 996 AOS, but would prefer the easier install of the 987-specific AOS. What power steering cooler kit did you go with?
I am searching for a power steering cooler also, I did the underdrive pulley, but I find I still need to top up the PS fluid after every DE weekend. I might just get an oil cooler and mount it under the car with a cutout to the plastic tray.
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Bump for found parts! Keep the PMs coming!

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I am searching for a power steering cooler also, I did the underdrive pulley, but I find I still need to top up the PS fluid after every DE weekend. I might just get an oil cooler and mount it under the car with a cutout to the plastic tray.
That's odd. I've never had to add PS fluid, with a couple autocross and 5 track days (over 9 hours on track). Just adding the PS cooler as a preventative to keep the system cool while not having to gut the frunk for the motorsport electric PS system. Do you know where your is leaking?

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Bump still need Girodisc rotors and a Motorsport AOS!
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