The sexy 981 Boxster S gets tastefully slammed on Techart springs.
When you wanna lower your ride, be sure to get the ideal and proven brand to prevent complications. This is especially so for the car that has PASM technology.
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Performance Cold Air Intakes (CAI) - Pop the bonnet and those CAIs will bling you in the eye. But sexy as they are, CAIs play a major role in channeling cooler air (& hence more oxygen) to get a bigger bang from the same amount of fuel.
CAIs are designed to flow more efficiently than your car's factory airbox. The air-tube diameters are larger facilitating stronger airflow. Horsepower gains can range from 5 to 20 Hp, and in addition to improved fuel efficiency, the amazing roar from the engine is just so dayum goood!! <3.
Give your hard-working engine a breath of new life with a good CAI system.
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This beautiful F30D's discerning owner chose the aFe system for the Ultimate power gains and aural-gasms!
Is bigger always necessarily better? Oh yes u betcha!
The most crucial hardware any force-inducted ride needs to release the real beast within.
And apart from the sexier, more streamlined construction, most important is the 'inner' beauty of the polished, larger diameter that really counts.
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The IMPORTANCE of regular Transmission fluid change:
- Like other vital fluids, transmission fluid deteriorates over time. Hard use (such as frequent stop-and-go city driving) will accelerate the deterioration. The transmission's operating temperature and heat puts more strain on the transmission and the fluid. Unlike engine oil, which is primarily a lubricant, transmission fluid serves as both an oil and a hydraulic fluid that helps facilitate gear shifts, cools the transmission and lubricates moving parts.
Hence transmission fluid needs regular change, failing which the danger of the flywheel oil seal leak will occur, requiring major and costly repair work such as dropping the engine.
The message: Change your ATF regularly to avoid costly repairs!