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"COMPLETE PORSCHE BOXSTER WINDSCREEN"
For you that do not have the center factory windscreen nor the black mesh inserts in your roll bars, here is a inexpensive solution to solve that problem.
forget to check out our Boxster Inserts
here for details
Porsche charges over $650 for the three pieces to make you car semi-wind resistant. My windscreen is only $135.00 plus $20.00 shipping anywhere in the US and $37.50 to Canada. ( check with me of worldwide shipping charges)
Installation takes minutes.
All I need to know is your year of your Boxster as pre 2005 are different from post 2005.
For installation instructions of questions use my e mail address of
Amazing - No Whistling
While browsing these forums (and a few others)
since getting my Boxster a few weeks ago, I have been
considering a wind screen. After seeing Jay's ad and
reading the threads about them, I decided to look into
It turns out he lives about 30 miles from me! So I shot
him an email and we discussed my needs - he then invited
me to come up and offered to do the actual install for
me if I decided to get one.
I went up today (BEAUTIFUL drive and home in the Georgia
mountains) and Jay installed a full wind blocker for me.
It took only two screws in the roll bar and two small
strips of padded tape to damper the minor vibration of
skipping the other 2 screws (to avoid unnecessary
I then proceeded to head home with the top down, side
windows up and the new windscreen securely installed. It
was awesome - for the first time in my car I was able to
enjoy the drive without having my my head battered about
the cabin by the wind.
There was no whistling, no extraneous noise and best of
all I also didn’t need to have the cabin heat on 80 to
enjoy the ride (it was in the high 50s but sunny today).
Anyway, I took a few pictures of the install, and after
having the car cleaned tomorrow I will post them and
some 'after' shots.
I just wanted to throw it out there that it's a great
screen, looks nice and that Jay is an absolutely great
and quite energetic almost 80 year old man who was a
pleasure to deal with.
Thanks to the forums for pointing me his way.