Exotic Mods’ Cayman S: What the hell are you looking at?

Published on December 31st, 2010

I don’t give a bloody turtle on what you guys will say when I say the Porsche Cayman is the sexiest Porsche to ever grace the tarmac. In fact, if I can marry a Porsche Cayman S, complete with supercharger kit, I’ll buy four darn huge rims as wedding gifts and host a wedding reception that can be seen from the moon. Botak, to hell with you and your greeny two-door, the Cayman is a much much more beautiful piece of machinery.

I mean, it’s not just a machine. It’s a living breathing sentient being with 3.2-liter heart and makes a whole lotta noise when you thrust yourself into the car. Imagine the Cayman S, dressed in Matte Grey Rieger bodykit, slammed with 20-inch Konig Lace series and the whine from its supercharger kit filling the air as the car makes a sudden acceleration burst into the century, leaving everything behind in a rushed wind cycle created by the straight 4″ piping. It’s like the whole world shatters upon acceleration and reassemble itself upon stopping. It is literature, artistic on its own mechanical way.

The GT3 RS may be a powerful vehicle, but its ass is never as good looking as the Cayman. I mean, look at its rear end and tell me it’s not sexy. The sleek line on the taillights creating an awe inspiring orgasmic pleasure on sight, with its wide stance giving you a deadly ‘what the hell are you looking at’ pose. Darn.

The owner of this very yellow Cayman S may not share the same sentiment as me, but I know deep in my heart, we have the same taste in speed.

The first thing to notice about this particular Cayman S are the rims. Custom-made carbon fiber Savini Forged SV29s wheels, complete with yellow lining, serves as mental-mod statement to others. With 20″ on all fours, the owner must be mental enough to drive this beauty on Malaysian road. Either that, or he must have an insane maneuvering skill at avoiding potholes. The rims are wide too, with 8.5″ on the front and 11″ on the rear. Toyo Proxes T1-R tyres wrap the exotic rims, with humungous 245/30 on the front and even more humungous 305/25 on the rear. The tyres are slimmer than models! Man, if I ever hit a hole with that size of rims and tyres, I’ll go back home and cry to my mama, screaming hysterically “blasphemous roads!”

Driving these rims around town would be the 335hp modified engine. The owner remapped the ECU with custom Exotic Mods installation and installed Gemballa’s short shifter kit for faster response. The Custom ECU, mated with Remus Race Cat-Back exhaust system is enough to give the car a little bit more acceleration power, not to mention the music it makes while doing so. I would love to see how fast will the car do the century sprint with this setup, considering the original Cayman S 320hp’s is already 4.9 seconds.

Exotic Mods styling decorates both the interior and exterior, with nifty tidbits other aftermarket gadgets being placed here and there.

Like I said, we may have different taste, but not that much different in term of speed. Maybe one day, I will drive my newly-wed supercharged Cayman S, meet this yellow Exotic Mods Cayman S, and go for a drive together. Nothing beats my fetish more than a threesome, with two Caymans sitting in front of me, making love to my sight, giving precious orgasmic pleasure to my wet dreams. I can’t be pulling the owner into this dream together, because, well, it’ll just be too weird to think about.

But hey, everything’s fair in love and Porsche. I mean, that’s a very traditional saying, so we must pay respect to the God of Porsches and be content with what we have. May the tarmac God grip our rubbers and the fuel Angels keep the pricing low. I’m off to my Cayman Dreamland.

Words: Syawal Ahmad  Pix: Syafril Ismail & Dinesh Appavu

Exotic Mods’s Porsche Cayman S Specifications

· Engine:

Exotic Mods custom ECU Remapped, Remus Race cat-back exhaust system, Porsche Sports oil/air Separator, BMC High Performance Replacement air filter, Gemballa short shifter kit, 335bhp

· Exterior

Exotic Mods Techart GT style front bumper, Exotic Mods Techart GT style sideskirts, Exotic Mods Techart GT Style rear spoiler, Exotic Mods Techart GT style side mirrors, Techart front emblem, Gemballa style carbon fiber Hood, 2009 Cayman S facelifted Bi-Xenon headlights, 2009 Cayman S facelifted fenders, 2009 Cayman S facelifted LED taillights, VPS Vehicle Protection System’s Smash Proof tints, VPS Vehicle Protection System’s Stain-Proof paint protection, VPS Vehicle Protection System’s Stain-Proof interior protection, Prius 6000k HID D1S Bulbs in headlamps, Prius 6000k HID fog lights Conversion Kit x 2sets, Motorsport Playground decals

· Rolling Stock

Savini Forged SV29s custom-made 20″ carbon fiber wheels 8.5” (front), 11” (rear), Toyo Proxes T1-R tyres all around 245/30ZR20 (front), 305/25ZR20 (rear)

· Interior

Exotic Mods carbon fiber + Kevlar dashboard trims, Exotic Mods carbon fiber + Kevlar center console, Exotic Mods carbon fiber + Kevlar steering trims, Exotic Mods carbon fiber + Kevlar door handles + panels, Exotic Mods carbon fiber door sills, Exotic Mods carbon fiber Sports Chrono gauge pod, Exotic Mods custom Alcantara dashboard wrap, Exotic Mods custom Alcantara steering wrap, Exotic Mods custom Alcantara Sport seats’ wrap, Exotic Mods Custom Alcantara door panels’ wrap, Exotic Mods custom Porsche floor mats, Gemballa shifter + gearknob

· Suspension & Braking

Exotic Mods carbon fiber front strut bar, H&R sport springs, H&R anti-roll bars, Gemballa 4-pot calipers (front)

Workshop: Exotic Mods (Sunway Damansara)

Comments

  1. Posted by rpm on January 1st, 2011, 09:29

    very nice new layout…

    the pictures are very nice, bigger and easier to navigate. really.

  2. Posted by rpm on January 2nd, 2011, 09:12

    i cant see my comment? did i say something wrong?

  3. Posted by Syawal Ahmad on January 2nd, 2011, 20:48

    Sorry bro, left this part out when tweaking :)

  4. Posted by brakehorsepower on January 3rd, 2011, 13:36

    i was wondering if you guys cover the classic ‘muscle’ cars like Mazda 808 – with rotary engines etc. the current cars looks really exotic but it is become so rare that we see such 808 / KE70 etc on the roads.. with not ‘overly’ done yet can beat the current civics.. and even merc..

  5. Posted by Syawal Ahmad on January 3rd, 2011, 14:19

    we would love to… email us your contact numbers and pics of the car. we’ll call you once we had pur schedule for 2011 all done up. thanks ya!

  6. Posted by brakehorsepower on January 3rd, 2011, 16:54

    oh no, not that i mean. i don’t have such car. im sorry if my message mislead you. i just notice super and luxury cars in your portal, i was just wondering if you would have consider covering the former cars i mention. maybe i don’t see those as im in kl, i use to see those back in ipoh – menglembu, Perak.

  7. Posted by Syawal Ahmad on January 4th, 2011, 04:32

    Haha, we review any modded rides actually, and you can check them out at our Modded Rides category (the link is on top). But if you DO know any of these owners, let us know and we’ll come knocking.

  8. Posted by brakehorsepower on January 6th, 2011, 17:58

    cool bro, thanks. sure will keep you guys updated. keep up the good work. the new layout really good. cheers and happy new year traffic guys..

  9. Posted by Lucas on September 9th, 2011, 01:54

    What kind of door sills does it have?

  10. Posted by Traffic Mag on September 9th, 2011, 07:36

    why not you call shedden and ask him about the modification directly. you never know what you might get in return. 😛

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