TPC Cayman Turbo test drive with Michael Levitas
TPC's Michael Levitas takes me for a test drive in a Cayman turbo they just converted for a customer.
The car is simply awesome. The drivability is the same as stock until you
push it -- then all hell breaks loose! With this kit, TPC has turned the
Cayman into something very special. You can use it on your daily commute
and on the weekend go out to your local track and "spank" a GT3.
Porsche Cayman Vs BMW M3
Morley and Dieter go head to head, yet again. This time it's a battle
between 2 of Germany's best known performance car manufacturers to try and
determine which makes the better $150,000 sports car.
Porsche Cayman S Borla XR-1 Exhaust Fabspeed Headers
Showing the difference in sound by adding Fabspeed catless race headers to
the Borla XR-1 Exhaust.
Disclaimer, this video is for informational purposes only, the setup shown
is for off road use only and installed for track days. Car is returned to
emissions compliancy thereafter.
Porsche Cayman Review - Kelley Blue Book
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Porsche Cayman. There are cars that are faster, pricier and more aggressive looking
than the Porsche Cayman. But in strictly aesthetic terms few cars match the
sheer desirability of the Cayman's seductive shape. Essentially a
fixed-roof version of the Porsche Boxster, the Cayman transcends its roots
to become something distinct from and perhaps even better than the car from
which it was derived.
Before the Cayman came on the scene, the only coupe offered by Porsche was
the much more expensive 911. Combining a more accessible price with enough
comfort and practicality to serve as daily transportation, the Cayman also
delivers all the driving excitement enthusiasts have come to expect from a
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Porsche Cayman S Review - Everyday Driver
The guys get the chance to take a Cayman S on one of their favorite roads.
Is this the best "Everyday Driver" car on the market? Is this the best
Porsche? That depends on who you ask...