2006 Cayman S Racer

A local client approached us about converting his Cayman S into a more “track-friendly” vehicle. His car was the perfect specimen for such a project for our team to tackle. His Cayman was a clean, untouched, 2007 Cayman S that had a blown 3.4L engine (oil starvation on cylinder 6). With a good clean shell, the build began with a replacement 3.4L engine that was rebuilt in-house by the team and reinstalled into his car. This is now a dedicated “weekend warrior” track car.

Options installed:

  • 6 point weld in roll cage, FIA approved design, in house by TuneRS
  • Rebuilt 3.4L engine assembly, in house by TuneRS
  • Direct Oil Feed lubricatoin & cooling kit for IMS bearing
  • AASCO Lightweight Flywheel
  • CSF aluminum radiators (left / right)
  • Third center radiator upgrade
  • TRS 4″ under drive crankshaft pulley
  • BMC high flow air filter, retain stock airbox
  • TRS 2 quart deep sump oil pan
  • TRS 3 quart accusump kit with remote oil filter
  • Racetech USA RT4009 Seats
  • Racetech 6 point harness
  • Safecraft 5lb fire suppression system with dual pull
  • Fabspeed supercup exhaust system with headers, no catalytics
  • Bilstein PSS coil over suspension
  • Tarett sway bar drop links
  • GT3 sway bars
  • GT3 lower control arms
  • Tarett front camber plates
  • Tarett rear monoball upper mounts
  • TRS front bumpsteer kit
  • MSI Racing wheel studs
  • 6 pole kill switch assembly
  • MOMO suede steering wheel with quick release
  • Slotted brake discs with Pagid race compound pads
  • TRS braided brake line kit
  • TRS front brake deflector kit

What’s The Next Step?

Have questions? Building a race car is a special moment and we recommend making an appointment to give you a tour of our facility, show you some of our current projects and ultimately discuss and help you to to build your TunerRS Cayman Racer.

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