We built upon our "best in the industry" 981 Boxster and Cayman Side Intake grilles with their simple installation and OEM looks to create the Porsche 718 4.0 models, GTS, Spyder and GT4 side intake grilles. These install with basic hand tools in minutes for the Spyder and the GTS, a little more involved for the GT4 as the side sill needs to be removed, quite straightforward though. Take a look at them at www.radiatorgrillestore.com #Porsche #PorscheBoxster #PorscheCayman
You have all been waiting patiently, and final, at last, the 987.1 Porsche Boxster and Cayman metal mesh grilles are here and ready for testing!! Do you have a mobile phone with a good camera and documenting a part install? Are you good at reviewing products on YouTube? Then we want you to test these grilles out! Oh yeah, another prerequisite is having a 987.1 Boxster or Cayman! Contact us at email@example.com if you are interested. Testers get free grilles!!! #
Here is one happy customer’s Review of the Porsche 718 front radiator grille mesh we sell. One thing to note is the comparison to the other large grille fabricator out there. We created these grilles as an alternative option to the other manufacturers out there. We wanted to have an OEM look that preserved the factory lines and structure rather than covering them up. We also wanted a product that installs easily, quickly, and without bumper removal. Ra Grill Store was born!
Auto manufacturers have a tough job increasing performance and desirability of their vehicles, giving the customer what they want and increasing profit margin. Some aspects of vehicles are left for more premium levels of the vehicle or more purposeful, race variants of the vehicles. The radiator grille and intake grille may be one of these items that get chopped on the bean counter's desk. If you notice Porsche GT cars (GT2, GT2RS, GT3, GT3RS, GT4) have radiator and intake
Take a look at these smokin' good lookin' Porsche 718 Boxster and Cayman Front Radiator Grills! No bumper removal required, Easy install, installs in minutes! OEM look!, economical protection! Protect your 718 from road and track debris with an easy install front radiator grill! Also, check out our side intake grills as well for the Porsche 718! #porsche718 #porscheboxster #porschecayman
Here’s the full set of grills for the Porsche 981 Cayman. Porsche grills are Radiator Grill Store’s specialty and here is one example. The kit is the side radiator grills and the center radiator grill. The center attaches solidly with 3M emblem tape that is used for many automotive emblems from the factory. Very strong stuff! no permanent modifications like screws in the bumper, completely reversible and no bumper removal required to install the Porsche radiator grills. Ch
The radiator grille store is pleased to announce a 10% discount on select Porsche radiator grille kits. Check out our great selection and subscribe for product updates as we add products often! #porsche #porschecayman #porscheboxster www.radiatorgrillstore.com The radiator grille store is pleased to announce a 10% discount on select Porsche radiator grille kits. Check out ou tion and subscribe for product updates as we add products often!
We should have prototypes for the Porsche 987.2 Boxster and Cayman front radiator grills in about 2 weeks. Subscribe at www.radiatorgrillstore.com for product updates! #porsche #porschecayman #porscheboxster
I noticed every once in a while when fueling up my Porsche Cayman 981 the fuel pump stopped at about 3/4 to 7/8 of a tank. I would think it was full and then get in my car and go to drive off just to notice the fuel gauge was not indicating full. i started trying different methods to fill my Porsche joy tank. I found that holding the fuel nozzle at an angle helped comple the fill to the brim and stop at the proper level. Just a tip for you Porsche Boxster and Cayman owners,
Porsche 718 Boxster and Cayman Side intake grill kit install video. Installs in less than 5 minutes a side! No screws or cable ties! Protect your Porsche 718 from road and track debris! Porsche issues a recall for some Porsche 718’s for a missing internal grill piece. Add an extra layer of protection with an OEM look with these side intake grills! Check out the installation video here! https://youtu.be/IWPQ2PsffL0 Get them at www.radiatorgrillstore.com #Porsche #Porsche718
We are getting the parts and jigs ready for the Porsche 718 Boxster and Cayman side intake grilles! Check back soon for build updates! We are looking at late February for release! These will provide a second level of protection to help reduce the likelihood of picking up a cigarette butt in the intakes that can lead to a fire in the engine bay according to the Porsche Recall 2018 for the Porsche 718 vehicles. #porsche #porscheCayman #porsche718 #radiatorgrillestore
Here they are folks! The only OEM looking side intake grill option on the market for the 987.2 Cayman and Boxsters! The only tools required for install are the ones for trim removal! Soon to be in our store at www.radiatorgrillstore.com #porscheradiatorgrills #PorscheCaymanRadiatorGrills #PorscheCayman #PorscheBoxster
Continued from my IMS? RMS? WTF? blog post. So the German girl (2002 Porsche 911 996 C4S) is home from California. I have been inundating my brain with internet lore of the devastating IMS and not so devastating RMS issues with the M96 engine. I operate in the analyst quadrant, analysis by paralysis??? yep, that, at times, can be me. So with all of this doom and gloom information, I became a hyper neurotic Porsche owner. I would say hyper as at some level, those Porsche
The Lapis Blue beauty showed up right on time. A 2002 Porsche 911 996 C4S with Savannah Beige full leather interior, manual with carbon fiber trim package. She was everything I dreamed of an more! What a fantastic vehicle! Something other worldy from the previous vehicles I had owned. The front end so low, the rear tires so wide, the experience so sublime, the road handling leaps and bounds better than the mustang. The manual gearbox was wonderful, confidence inspiring
To catch others up on the journey, I started out with an 1984 80 hp Jeep Wagoneer (aka Cherokee) with wood grain and gold exterior, moved on to other unmentionables (Chevy Beretta (with a Dynomax exhaust and chipped! LOL), 1989 Mustang (tons of work done on it in my dad's garage), Honda Prelude (cool car, but an dogga-matic), on to a Mazda 6 (only redeeming feature of a manual, oh yeah an ebay Injen look a like intake and a tune module), then to a 2007 Mustang GT with a whipp
Where did I leave off.... oh yeah, I think we are moving post Mustang era. I felt I needed to get into a luxury vehicle. Luxury vehicles have one downfall, the lack of the availability of a manual. My choices were the Audi S range, BMW M range and the Acura TL SH-AWD. I ultimately found an Acura 20 miles from my house, 6-speed manual. I purchased the vehicle and loved every minute of that sweet shifting manual. But it was missing something. It was big and heavy. I need