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2002 Boxster S Bilstein PSS 9 Suspension

Suspension

Vehicle Information: Model (Boxster, Boxster S,Cayman, Cayman S): Boxster S; Year: 2002; Engine (type, size, modifications): 3.2L; Total Mileage: 20,000; Transmission: Manual;

Scott, well I have been bitten by the DE addiction. As I recall from your previous posts you recommend modifying the suspension before you begin even thinking about the engine. With that in mind I'm looking at the Bilstein PPS9 adjustable suspension kit. 1. I want my wife to continue to ride in the car with me, as well as, the car will remain mainly driven on the street so I assume that the normal setting is equivalent to the ride that I have now? 2. How complicated is this conversion? I have only limited access to qualified mechanics out here on the Outer Banks. In another post you talk about having to add spacers front and rear.3. How hard is it to adjust the shocks? If it is too difficult I probably wouldn't do it anyway.4. Is this a reasonable stand alone upgrade or is it one of those things that if you are going to change this you should also change that until you have an infinite list of upgrades to get it all balanced back out again?

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