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About BostonC4Scab

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    Boston, MA
  • Porsche Club
  • Present cars
    2004 C4S Cab
  • Former cars
    Porsche 944
    Alpha Romeo 200GTV
    Triumph TR6
    Triumph TR4A w/IRS
  1. This high pressure gauge indication happens with my car as well. I had the car checked out and was assured not to worry about the gauge...as long as the indicator light does not come on. All has been good for 2 years now.
  2. I live in the northeast as well. I heard that you are better not to run the car unless you can put 25 mile or so on it. Running it a short period of time does not allow the moisture to burn off...which you can see dripping from the tail pipe. Can anyone comment on this?
  3. Well...the mod described in "Remove PSE cutout in 2 minutes" worked great. The car sounds awesome now...as it should through all gears....and the dashboard switch works fine. Thanks everyone for your help. This is an awesome site...with great members...Cheers!!!
  4. Well I did the modification and it was a piece of cake...except that I needed a second pair of hands to get the cover off the relay. I'll run the car this weekend and let you know how it works.
  5. I have a 2004C4S, 6-speed with sport exhaust. The baffle seems to be closed in second gear until reaching about 4500rpm; then it opens. It is open in all other gears. The dashboard switch seems to function fine as the sport exhaust can be turned on or off. Is the a way to adjust the exhaust electronics so the baffle remains open all the time?
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