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Stuntman
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 9:35 am    Post subject: Sapphire Blue Cayman GT4 - collection day  Reply with quote

Here are some pictures of the car on collection day, looking as good as it will ever do.  It's nicely dirty now!  

The big reveal (photos courtesy of Dan G):











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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 9:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Exterior (again courtesy of Dan G):









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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 9:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Interior (courtesy of Dan G):



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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 9:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

That looks superb.  Hope you had fun yesterday!
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 9:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks magnificent, I take it the drive is even better?!

I like the idea of a big reveal, all part of the drama! Is the plate intentionally 'water' related?
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 9:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Out in the wild (photos courtesy of Andy C, last one Dan G):









Happy days!
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 10:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The plate isn't intentionally water related, it was just another factor in me choosing H20 out of the available H12-H20 plates when I bought it in October 1990!

I did about 90 miles in the car yesterday (it still had 14 miles on the clock when I picked it up).  Conditions weren't the best, the tyres/brakes are still brand new, and I'm learning my way round the car.  The electronic handbrake makes me feel clumsy, I need to work out how it works properly so that it becomes second nature about how to pull away smartly while holding the car on a hill, and also reversing when the car is on a hill.  Annoyingly the owner's manual was missing so I can't even read how to do it.

My initial impressions are as follows:

Steering feel is a definite step behind the 987.1 (my other Cayman) but conditions were clearly not the best. Ride is pretty good, you do notice certain bumps that my 987.1 smooths over (on 18"s and with PASM) but perfectly livable. The full buckets are comfortable for an hour or so, absolutely fine under-bum and under-thigh but was getting a bit of numbness in my right shoulder. Probably my muscles just need to adjust.

Clutch is slightly heavier than the cooking cars but not in the same postcode as a 997 GT3. Gearchange is already nice and snicky, just very nice.

At low to medium road speeds the car feels pretty stable; front end feels faithful but I haven't yet dialled in to the steering. A fair bit of tyre roar but not overly intrusive. Auto blip is impressive, doesn't unsettle the car at all on downchanges, I readily admit that it does this a lot better than I can do myself, and with complete consistency.

Engine/exhaust noise just frustrates me at the moment because I'm keeping it under 4500 for now, it's tantalising and I am seriously looking forward to giving it the full beans once run in. Sounds great under load in the 3000-4500 range, the engine already gains/loses revs more freely than my 987.1.

The brakes are massive and predictably tremendous. I did a little bit of bedding in (40-20, 50-20, 60-20 etc) and already I'm impressed with them. My car is on steels rather than ceramics.

I had 3 different passengers in the car (Dan G, Andy C and Piers) and they all commented how they were pleasantly surprised by the ride and how good the auto blip was.

I'll put another 150-ish miles on it today visiting friends and family.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 10:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks great Dan! Enjoy getting to know it.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 10:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

finally !
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 10:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks fab Dan, I'm very jealous. What tyres did it come on as I understand not all have michelins from the factory.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 10:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mine's on Michelins.  When I went up to the dealership earlier in the week, they had 4 GT4s awaiting collection.  2 were on Dunlops.  Luck of the draw I guess.  I'm pleased mine's on Michelins although I shudder to think of the replacement cost!
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 11:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mini D has just momentarily lifted her eyes off Paw Patrol (anyone with under 5s will know that this is) and looked at my laptop screen:

"I like that blue car daddy. I want to sit in those seats"
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 11:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lovely car. It's hard to see how a 911 could add anything to that except a bigger price tag.

Enjoy every mile Dan.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 11:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks awesome Dan, I think you've made a great choice and that's probably the colour I'd go for, it suits the car really well.
Most electronic handbrakes allow you to just drive off without doing anything, they just release themselves as the clutch bites. It's taken some of my colleagues who've driven my Insignia a few goes to get their head around!
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 11:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lovely looking car, great colour.

Aren't they supposed to be a bit of a bargain too?
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 12:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Humphrey The Pug wrote:
Lovely looking car, great colour.

Aren't they supposed to be a bit of a bargain too?


All thinks are relative of course - but yes in the context of a Porsche sports car.  The ones for sale are currently priced at about £25k to £30k over list depending on spec.  Mine cost just under £73.5k on the road.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 12:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Stuntman wrote:
Mine's on Michelins.  When I went up to the dealership earlier in the week, they had 4 GT4s awaiting collection.  2 were on Dunlops.  Luck of the draw I guess.  I'm pleased mine's on Michelins although I shudder to think of the replacement cost!


Common as muck, I bet humph hasn't got that many Capturs waiting for collection!  

Looks very, very nice! As I said when Franki collected his, these are the forum cars I covet above all others past and present!

Enjoy it!  
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PhilD wrote:
Mini D has just momentarily lifted her eyes off Paw Patrol (anyone with under 5s will know that this is) and looked at my laptop screen:

"I like that blue car daddy. I want to sit in those seats"


High praise indeed!  
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Utterly stunning Stunters.

I have no doubt you will thoroughly enjoy every mile of it!
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 12:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That looks fantastic. Really lovely.
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Like. Like an awful lot.

A few blanks in that centre console though    
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 1:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's a few more pics, as well as a video of it starting up from cold










https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91F2i4CpRgw


It was a great day. The seat is absolutely perfect. Hands down the best car seat I've ever sat in. The interior, with the additional leather and alcantara is absolutely spot on too.

The induction noise, even changing up at 4500rpm, is stunning. It will be sensational once ran in.  The ride is also very good. I was expecting it to be quite harsh, but not once did it feel crashy.

And then there's the look of it  

Wow wow wow.
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It's nice to see a steering wheel which is just that and not something with more functions than a Swiss Army knife
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 2:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

JohnC wrote:
It's nice to see a steering wheel which is just that and not something with more functions than a Swiss Army knife


the steering wheel is the best thing I have fondled in a while.
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franki68 wrote:

the steering wheel is the best thing I have fondled in a while.


You need to pay Mrs F a bit more attention!  I hate to say my mind just wandered off, wondering if they do alcantara underwear!!!
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 3:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fantastic car and great photos. I particularly like this one:



May you have many memorable drives.
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May you have many happy miles together!
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Fucking beautiful.
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Looks like perfection to me. Enjoy!
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Looks fantastic. Enjoy every moment.  
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Mmm,, yeah, that is so desirable. Great choice and may you have many happy drives
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A red one on a 65 plate drove past work today, it had decals on the lower doors, it looked pretty special.
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Humphrey The Pug wrote:
A red one on a 65 plate drove past work today, it had decals on the lower doors, it looked pretty special.


My mate lives down the road from your work so probably his car. It has club sport decals on the doors and arse. He also has an orange GT3 RS which you might have seen, the lucky get.
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In case it's not entirely clear yet - the car is sensational!

It looks spectacular, sounds exquisite - I can't imagine how Dan is resisting the temptation to open the taps beyond about 4k! - and has the sense of occasion you only get in something really special. I feel privileged to have had a ride on collection day!
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Another 140 miles on it today, relaxed into the car a bit more.  The ride has improved a little since yesterday now that the suspension components have settled in a bit, the tyres have full grip, I've bedded in the brakes and my body has adapted a little more to the seats.  Took my Mum out for a passenger ride, she found the seats comfortable and the ride OK too!

The car feels lighter on its feet than the 987.1, turns in even sharper with an alert front end.  Still fairly limited steering feel, but it seems to have a stronger self-centering action exiting a corner under load.  If I can gain confidence with the steering feel over time so that I can fully trust the car on corner entry, then it will be absurdly quick cross country.
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the other ct wrote:
Fantastic car and great photos. I particularly like this one:



May you have many memorable drives.

+1.  Wonder how easy it will be to keep the wheels clean?
A bit of cropping and lightening/darkening

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I've never been a massive Porsche fan but I really love that, it's a lovely balance of desirable spec without looking as if it's trying too hard.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 11, 2016 10:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Stuntman wrote:
Another 140 miles on it today, relaxed into the car a bit more.  The ride has improved a little since yesterday now that the suspension components have settled in a bit, the tyres have full grip, I've bedded in the brakes and my body has adapted a little more to the seats.  Took my Mum out for a passenger ride, she found the seats comfortable and the ride OK too!

The car feels lighter on its feet than the 987.1, turns in even sharper with an alert front end.  Still fairly limited steering feel, but it seems to have a stronger self-centering action exiting a corner under load.  If I can gain confidence with the steering feel over time so that I can fully trust the car on corner entry, then it will be absurdly quick cross country.


The steering grows on you,I found it funny at first as it's the first electric system on one of my cars,but the last coup,e of weeks I have started to enjoy it,it does give feedback ,just doesn't wriggle like the hydraulic Porsche systems.
You start trusting it more .
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I know that my car is a different animal but I don't give the electric steering any thought anymore.

In a perfect world I would rather have the hydraulic but I am quite used to the electric now and totally trust it. It still gives feedback on understeer and low grip situations. It's as if it talks a different language but once you understand it, it's back to normal.
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Despite it being one of the better systems I tried, I really noticed the difference in the steering when I moved from the 520d to the 535d.   As John says, you do get used to it, but I'm in the Boxster today and the difference is still a bit of a shock, there is a significant difference in feel.
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Allow me to be the voice of dissent, I think it looks shit. A few meters of car, to paraphrase someone else and you must be devastated that the colour choice turned out the way it did*.

*Lies.
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Phew, thanks Michael - we were in danger of having a second unanimous forum agreement after agreeing Luton was a shithole!
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Martin wrote:
Despite it being one of the better systems I tried, I really noticed the difference in the steering when I moved from the 520d to the 535d.   As John says, you do get used to it, but I'm in the Boxster today and the difference is still a bit of a shock, there is a significant difference in feel.


massive difference between my wifes 987 and 981 steering ,equally there is a massive difference between the gt4 and the  981 boxster
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Lovely looking car. Congratulations on getting it and may you have many happy miles together.

I've only caught up on what's going on here in the last day or so, having been away for a bit.
I've been busy driving around like a lunatic in my Range Rover with personalised plates- V8 OAN.....
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Rodge wrote:
I've only caught up on what's going on here in the last day or so, having been away for a bit.
I've been busy driving around like a lunatic in my Range Rover with personalised plates- V8 OAN.....




Welcome back, Rodge.
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That reminds, I looked to see if H20 OAN was available last night, as I thought it my be a good option for the Boxster....but the closest one was E20 OAN.   I wonder if you could make that look 'right' , as it was only £300!  
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Lucky git!! Not even slightly jealous....
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Martin wrote:
That reminds, I looked to see if H20 OAN was available last night, as I thought it my be a good option for the Boxster


I'm confused, why would it be?!
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So he can get his speeding tickets sent to me!

Another 50 miles on it today, still keeping it below 4500...
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Stuntman wrote:
So he can get his speeding tickets sent to me!





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