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2010 Porsche Boxster S, Gen 2, PDK Transmission

Sports Chrono Plus, Sports Exhaust, Sports Seats
We have a beautiful Porsche Boxster S 987 Gen 2 with PDK transmission, finished in Arctic Silver with Black leather interior. The car has a host of optional extras that include 19″ Porsche Carrera S Alloys wheels finished in factory gloss black, Sports Chrono Plus, Sports Exhaust, Sports Tailpipes, Leather Sports Seats, Leather covered PDK gearshift surround, CD Compartment and Multi function Steering Wheel. The car also has an aftermarket Kenwood head unit, sympathetically installed, with DAB radio and Bluetooth telephone. The car has just had a lot of work carried out by ourselves that includes a minor service, brake fluid, front pads and discs, rear lower suspension arms and a 4 wheel alignment. This car is mechanically perfect and will not need servicing for another 2 years or 20,000 miles! All four tyres have plenty of tread and are Michelin Pilot Sport N rated. Both exterior and interior are in fabulous condition and the [...]
FACTORY CRUISE FOR 911, CAYMAN & BOXSTERUK roads are now abundant with speed cameras and constant 50 mph temporary speed limit enforcement due to road works throughout the country.  We now have the advent of 'Smart Motorways', making the situation worse!  Because of this, we are constantly asked by our customers if we can retro fit cruise control to their Porsche. The good new is that CavendishPorscha can retro fit an official Porsche Cruise control system with on board computer. All components used are official Porsche parts, including genuine Porsche stalk controls. We do not fit third party solutions! Your Porsche is a precision piece of engineering and only the best quality components should be fitted to it. SUPPLIED AND FITTED FOR THE FOLLOWING MODELS...JTVCc3Vwc3lzdGljLXByaWNlLXRhYmxlJTIwaWQlM0Q5JTVE
IS YOUR PORSCHE IN TIP TOP CONDITION?Why not take advantage of our FREE 141 point inspection and safety check?Every section of the inspection involves many checks for each area, totaling a comprehensive 141 point inspection and safety check. Our inspection really is belt and braces with far more checks undertaken than an MOT test! At the end of the inspection you will be given a report on the findings.NOTE: You must be the legal owner of the vehicle being inspected.  This free offer isn't available to the trade.  You maybe asked to provide proof of ownership.OUR DETAILED CHECKS INCLUDE...Body ExteriorBody InteriorEngine ChecksElectrical and ControlsInterior Luggage CompartmentSuspension, underframe and SteeringClutch/Transmission – manualWheels and tyresExhaust systemFuel systemBrakesFluid checks and Levels – Oil, Brake, PAS, Coolant, Clutch, WasherRoad Test (Fully Insured).  

Ceramic IMS Bearing Upgrade

For total peace of mind!
WHAT IS AN IMS BEARING AND WHY UPGRADE?One of the weaknesses identified in recent years by Porsche has been the intermediate shaft bearing (IMS bearing), which supports the intermediate shaft on the flywheel end of the engine. The IMS bearing is a sealed ball bearing which is pressed into the intermediate shaft and is designed to be used in dry conditions, so the area where Porsche designed the bearing to sit must be dry. After years of use, it would appear that oil and contaminants from the engine seep past the bearing seal, wash out the original lubricant and become trapped inside. The result is that the bearing now operates in a less-than-ideal environment and begins to wear prematurely. When the bearing wears out, the timing chains on the engine may disengage, causing major damage to the engine (in most cases, it's usually terminal). Also as the bearing deteriorates, swarf debris from the bearing circulates throughout the engine, causing damage to other areas in the engine. If you are concerned about an IMS failure, we are offering the intermediate bearing retrofit upgrade starting from £995.00 + vat.WHAT CARS ARE SUSCEPTIBLE TO AN IMS FAILURE?All model year 1997-2008 Boxster, Cayman, and 911 models can suffer from [...]
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