Your Projects: 2150-Pound Porsche Cayman for Autocross and Hillclimbs

Grantsfo has knocked more than 800 pounds from this 2010 Cayman S. The goal is an even ton.

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kb58
kb58 Dork
8/22/17 3:33 p.m.

Good luck on finding the remaining 150 pounds. At first it's easy, but the closer you get to the goal the harder - and much more expensive - those pounds become to find.

Vigo
Vigo UltimaDork
8/22/17 5:20 p.m.
Good luck on finding the remaining 150 pounds. At first it's easy, but the closer you get to the goal the harder - and much more expensive - those pounds become to find.

I never paid for the stage 3 weight reduction in Gran Turismo, either. Cost/benefit ya know.

crankwalk
crankwalk Dork
8/22/17 6:17 p.m.
kb58 wrote: Good luck on finding the remaining 150 pounds. At first it's easy, but the closer you get to the goal the harder - and much more expensive - those pounds become to find.

I think if there is anybody that knows this, it would be the owner of the Cayman.

Toebra
Toebra HalfDork
8/22/17 11:39 p.m.

A Cayman S that weighs about the same as my 1974 2.0 914? It fills me with want.

FlightService
FlightService MegaDork
8/23/17 7:26 a.m.

In my case the driver mod could easily get me halfway there. LOL I need to go on a diet

dculberson
dculberson PowerDork
8/23/17 7:30 a.m.

In reply to David S. Wallens:

Hmm you do know that a ton is 2000 pounds, right? ;)

V8RWD
V8RWD
10/6/17 4:29 p.m.
dculberson said:

In reply to David S. Wallens:

Hmm you do know that a ton is 2000 pounds, right? ;)

Daaang DC! Why you gotta be all technical???   ;)

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