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    2005 porsche 911 s cab
  1. Not sure exactly what butterfly valve they were referring too. When I hit my sport button it gets much louder, something is def changing in the exhaust. I was told by the dealer it only has sport chrono and not the PSE, but they may have been wrong. This is my first Porsche and I am disappointed I waited this long :-)
  2. I purchased a CPO 2005 911 S cab with low mileage and an exhaust rattle that seems to occur around 2500 rpm and half throttle. Doesn't seem to happen if I drive it in sport mode. Dealer sprayed some lube on the exhaust butterfly valve - made it a little less common, but still there. I do not have PSE, just sport chrono. I read about a recall on the early 2005 exhausts, but cannot find the recall section on this site (if there is one - only found the TSB section but no recall info). Also, searched the forums but can not find any info, so I am sorry if this is a repeat question. Can any
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