I decided to make my own grill mesh to fill in the gaping holes in the rear bumper of my 2012 Cayman R.
This is a very simple DIY and I did it in a few hours and for about $50. I think it turned out great.
First, after much google searching and getting real smart on what kind of different mesh materials are available such as perforated, woven, or expanded, plastic, aluminum, steel, brass, etc, I came across the perfect material that I think looks much more finished than the expanded mesh... 1 Comments
I was inspired to paint some of the interior trim on my Cayman R after seeing a few pics of this factory Porsche Exclusive Peridot Green example.
After searching for as much info as possible on painting interior car plastics I settled on a plan. Sending parts away to a professional is an option, but expensive. Local shops may paint parts cheaply, but I donít think they take the proper time to do it right. I do not claim to be an auto body professional, but I did get... 17 Comments
Hello Excel geeks. Ive been using excel for years to track my cars maintenance history. I finally got around to adjusting the file for my Cayman. This file is set up for a 2012 Cayman, and I know the Porsche recommended service intervals have changed several times over the years. It can be adjusted easily if you know anything about excel.
Here is a link to the files section of this web site for download (or go to Photos and files/files section/misc)
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This is a very basic DIY and I hope to contribute more as I get to know my new Cayman over the years. But chalk it up as the first wrenching done on my new car. (I love working on cars)
I wanted the safest method of getting the stickers off without trashing my brand new CRís sun visors. So, this DIY is a summation of several DIYs that I read on the topic, that works, at least, for gen 2 vinyl Porsche sun visors.
I read about the sun visor sticker removal on another forum. Ever since it... 44 Comments