Question about 2010 Porsche Cayman
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I found that my 07 CS rode much better after getting better tires.
If you have TPS (tire pressure monitoring) you may get the annoying display warnings if you lower pressure by 4lbs.. as I did every time I deflated 4lbs or more. That seems to be the threshold for 19" tires.
Also if you are running 19" wheels you may consider 18".
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
You can lower the tire pressure in your tires by about 4 lbs. This will help your ride but you may experience outer edge tire wear. The Porsche Cayman has a very stiff suspension and is never going to ride smooth no matter what you do. After all this is a full blown sports car. Sports cars do not ride smooth. You pay a penalty for great handling like your Porsche has. If you have the Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) on your car set it for comfort. Other than the tire pressure and possible a different set of tires there is nothing you can do to improve ride comfort.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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