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I'm new to using a blog so bear with me. I have a 2017 911 4s cab with the standard exhaust. If I push the sport button it gets louder. on my corvette ZR1 I added a switch to open the butterfly valves for full exhaust and wondering if that can be done with this car?  or other ideas on how to get a little more sound?  Thanks

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You would need the optional sport exhaust for that. I added it to my 2013 Carrera S and it was the best money I've spent on the car - totally transforms it.


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Is there a way or what is the procedure using a PIWIS with update . 18.1  to tell a 991.2 ( w/o sport exhaust ) that it has sport exhaust?

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If you push the button and it gets loader, then you do already have PSE, just like my car. Enjoy!


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