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2018/03/11 17:05:16 (permalink)

Cayman Owners Club.....does it get a look in from PCGB members?

Just checking on the opinion of this owners club, I came across them recently on a string here re a June Porsche car meet at Beaulieu.
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Re: Cayman Owners Club.....does it get a look in from PCGB members? 2018/03/11 19:37:04 (permalink)
Certainly does. Some knowledgeable people on there and the forum has a professional feel about it. They also organised an open day at RPM Technik recently.
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Re: Cayman Owners Club.....does it get a look in from PCGB members? 2018/03/11 20:15:00 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby keiththo 2018/03/11 22:30:44
I’m a member (which is free) and donor (it was set up by some passionate individuals at their own cost and exists by member donations) of the Cayman OC (it has a rather unfortunate  three letter acronym). 
 
We‘re a nice friendly bunch and meet up occasionally at the super sausage for a Sunday mornin bacon butty, not as ‘corporate’ and ‘managed’ as the PCGB, more ‘freestyle’ and informal. 
 
They have a club ‘patch’ at Beaulie too. 
 
Quite a number of the COC members are on the PCGB forums too. 👍🏻
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Re: Cayman Owners Club.....does it get a look in from PCGB members? 2018/03/11 20:25:48 (permalink)
I have just signed up. It will be interesting to see the site when I get time.
 
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Re: Cayman Owners Club.....does it get a look in from PCGB members? 2018/03/12 08:40:53 (permalink)
Windy_Miller
I’m a member (which is free) and donor



Me too, for about two and a half years. I also view/post on PH.
 
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Re: Cayman Owners Club.....does it get a look in from PCGB members? 2018/03/12 12:09:25 (permalink)
Yep, I'm a member, although not got around to attending meets yet.
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Re: Cayman Owners Club.....does it get a look in from PCGB members? 2018/03/12 12:30:56 (permalink)
Another user of the COC ... 

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Re: Cayman Owners Club.....does it get a look in from PCGB members? 2018/03/12 17:49:51 (permalink)
In view of the the discussion taking place in this thread regarding the PCGB Forum it would be very interesting to hear how the COC forum and this one compare from those of you who use both.
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Re: Cayman Owners Club.....does it get a look in from PCGB members? 2018/03/12 20:08:00 (permalink)
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My feeling is that there is more activity on the CoC forum but I’ll usually post here first if I have a question to ask as I’d like to see this forum used more.
 
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re mapping 2018/03/13 18:22:47 (permalink)
Hi can any one give me a bit of advice I have a 2006 Cayman S has a freeflow exhaust on and thinking of a remap ive been told it should give a bit more BHP better fuel consumption quicker acceleration has any one had theres done thanks .
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Re: re mapping 2018/03/13 20:11:06 (permalink)
Tanya, I don’t know the answer, you may get a better response if you start a new thread with your question as this thread is about the Cayman Owners Club.
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Re: re mapping 2018/03/13 20:13:56 (permalink)
Tanya
Hi can any one give me a bit of advice I have a 2006 Cayman S has a freeflow exhaust on and thinking of a remap ive been told it should give a bit more BHP better fuel consumption quicker acceleration has any one had theres done thanks .


Tanya, Andrew is right, start another thread and I am certain you will get a good response.
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