Following the instructions for removing the Gauge Cluster:
1. Remove the trim under the gauges.
2. Remove the two screws that hold the gauge cluster to the dash.
3.Pull the gauge cluster out of the dash.
I spent a week pulling & pulling, but could never get enough force on the slippery plastic housing to disengage it from the clips.
Finally, after a lot of frustration, I taped a loop of strapping tape to the plastic housing and pulled like hell. It Popped out without causing any damage. ... 2 Comments
The Getty Cayman RS Wing is a smaller version of the wing used on the GT3 RS. It is an anhedral wing design. The leading edge tips are lower that the center section. This allows a lower angle of attack for the center section which is running in the air flowing down the back of the rear hatch. The ends are running in a more direct air flow and are at a greater angle of attack. Getty built the aero components for the Cayman Interseries race cars and I like their proven wing base. I placed... 3 Comments
1). Remove the right side dash trim panel by gently prying outward from the front with a panel tool, then rotating it to the right.
2). Remove the right side front trim piece by prying forward with a suitable panel tool.
3). Remove right side center console cover.
4). Remove the two screws that hold the cup holder assembly in place and remove the cup holder assembly. 12 Comments
At some point during your development as a track driver you will want to find a way to measure your progress and collect data to analyze your driving. Early lap timers sensed a beacon placed along trackside to measure lap time. Sophisticated data systems used a variety of sensors placed on the engine and chassis to gather data.
Today there is a large selection of devices using only GPS to gather lap times and, knowing speed and location, calculate lateral and longitudinal G-Force. ... 10 Comments
This article describes the installation of a new master cylinder.
Thanks to Rob VN for the pictures.
GT3 MC Part #: 99735591030
Note you can buy either the TRW MC or the Porsche MC. Both of these are the same but the TRW cost over $100.
1) Remove the plastic around the master cylinder (MC) by removing the 8 torx screws and jiggling it out. 13 Comments