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2009 Porsche Cayman 987.2 - BGB 3.8L Conversion
2009 Porsche Cayman 987.2 - BGB 3.8L Conversion


 
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Our Price: $62,000.00

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2009 Porsche Cayman 987.2 - BGB 3.8L Conversion


· Completed Fall 2016 - Less Than 1,000 Miles Since Conversion

· 6 Speed Manual Transmission

· 86,XXX Miles on the Chassis


CONVERSION DETAILS/PERFORMANCE MODIFICATIONS –

BGB Motorsports EFI --> DFI Conversion Wiring

3.8L 997.2 Remanufactured Engine from PCNA (~1,000 Miles)

Revolution Mini 3.8L 987.2 Conversion Flash by BGB Motorsports with Slave Tool

Given that the car began life as a 2.9L 987.2, it also has a shorter 1-2-3 gear setup similar to what a lot of GT4 owners would want.

Wevo Semi-Solid Urethane Trans Mounts & Front Engine Mount

PCNA 987.2 Center 3rd Radiator

Aasco Motorsports Lightweight 14lb Flywheel

Sachs Sprung Hub Clutch Disc

Cargraphic 200 Cell Sport Manifolds (Stock Manifolds will also be Included)

SAFETY UPGRADES –

BGB Motorsports 4-Point Harness bar

Driver Mounted Fire Extinguisher

BRAKE UPGRADES –

997.2 GT3 Front Brake Calipers – 6 Piston

987.2 S Rear Brake Calipers – 4 Piston

Pro Systems Motorsport 2-Piece Floating 380mm Front Brake Upgrade

Brembo/Race Technologies Brake Pads

BODY/AERO UPGRADES –

OEM Cayman R Rear Aero Kit

Mirrors & Side Vents Painted Black

SUSPENSION UPGRADES –

2 Piece Front GT3 Control Arms

Tarett Engineering Cup Control Arms (Rear)

Tarett Engineering Rear Toe Links

Newer shocks out of a 2011 Cayman Black series with low miles (7.5k)

H&R Lowering Springs

FR/R sway bars from H&R


EXTERIOR CONDITION – 7/10

Car has 85K miles, and was tracked a few times over those miles. Has not been tracked with new engine

Overall paint looks good

Front bumper appears to have been touched up, but still has visible rock chips, and a small chip down by the driver’s side wheel (have pictures if interested)

Hood has visible rock chips, and appears to have not been touched up

Rear bumper looks good, but has a few scratches (have pictures if interested)

Small ding just behind driver’s door

INTERIOR CONDITION - 7/10

Buttons on radio starting to get sticky, also radio turns on, but no sound. It appears the amp is blown. Car has Bose amp. I'm working on getting another one to replace it.

Seats in good condition (minimal wear for the mileage)

Harness bar required some trimming of plastic above seat belts (done by previous owners)

Carpet in good condition

Air conditioning and heat work great

Car has heated seats

REASON FOR SELLING -

"I purchased this car at 85K miles, it has a clean Carfax, but had been taken to a few DE's by the previous owners.

I live in San Diego, and I decided to take the car to the referee program to get the engine change cleared. Unfortunately when I did my research, it was done off a 3.4L to 3.8L conversion vs a 2.9L to 3.8L. And basically the referee flagged the car as an illegal engine change in California, because a 2.9L 2009 Cayman is a ULEV II (ultra-low emissions vehicle) vs. a 3.8L 911 being tagged as a LEV II (low emissions vehicle). They are saying there is nothing I can do to get the car registered in California now, unless I put a ULEV II engine back in the car. (Not my best decision going to referee). Basically you can't make a cars emissions worse as part of the engine upgrade. I’m still working on this issue and if I get it solved somehow will keep the car."

"My intention was to daily drive the car, and go to about 5 track days a year. Since I can't afford to have a dedicated track car, and I can’t get this car registered in California, I've decided to sell. The car runs great, the work BGB did on the car really transformed it into a very capable and fast car that can be driven on the street (as long as you don't live in CA)."

$62,000


Please contact us with any inquires - John Tecce - BGB Motorsports:

(Work) 386.265.1979 | (Cell) 917.439.3589 | jtecce@teambgb.com


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