The Porsche Boxster has long been know as an affordable alternative to the 911, but up until now, they have been considered under powered compared to the more “elite” Porsche models. On top of that, they have earned a reputation for having engines that are less than reliable compared to other manufactures. From IMS bearing failures, cylinder D-chunking, dropped cylinder sleeves, and oil starvation problems, there are many reasons why these cars have dropped in value. Examples or 2.5 liter cars with blown motors can be had for less than $3000. Precision Chassis Works is developing a solution for all of the Boxster’s shortcomings. The answer comes from Subaru in the form of 4 cylinder, turbo engines. Not only are these engines significantly lighter, they are more compact, more reliable, more powerful, cheaper to maintain, cheaper to replace, and because the aftermarket scene for the WRX, and STI models is so strong, there is virtually no limit to the horsepower potential.