Steve BrookesIf it's any comfort Brian, my previous Cayman R PDK had a third radiator and never sustained damage that caused it to leak. It never had aftermarket grills fitted. The current owner has just had the bumper off to clean out all the rubbish and all rads are leak free (overs six years old now). So although the dents on the rad are unsightly, the rad might be hardier than we think. ......and as far as I know we don't see lots of internet threads about boxsters, caymans and 911s with the title "stone blew a hole in my radiator"?
PhilthechipI have a 2016 981 Cayman GTS and like you Brian wanted to fit motorsport grilles but have been too nervous whilst it was under warranty. With that expiring in April, I have plans to remove the front bumper and fit grilles from behind much like Clive has done on his 997https://www.porscheclubgb.com/forum/tm.aspx?m=613041 I also enjoy track days and am interested in what wheel alignment changes you have in mind for your Cayman? I’ve also swapped Pirelli’s for a set of Michelin’s at the end of last year but not done a track day with them yet. Both tyres and pads all round we’re needing replacement at 10K miles. Phil
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