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    2017 9114s cabriolet
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  1. I have a 2017 911 4s cab and not impressed with the Bose system, i like the head unit with carpal and integration with the car but the speakers and power are poor at best. Does anyone have experience in upgrading the system without changing the stock look in the car? Thanks All
  2. 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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