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About Porscheqsd

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  • Present cars
    2007 Porsche 997 TT
  • Former cars
    2004 Porsche Carrera Cab.
    2004 Corvette
  1. Phillip, Thank you, that is very clear. I didn't know the difference in the past. I need to write it down to memorize. Sports Cat = 200 Cell Catalytic Converters. I am paying very high dollars to get the job done at Momentum Porsche in Houston. I don't feel like paying too much, but rather paying the right price for the top notch work. They are going to use my vehicle this Sat. to show to Porsche enthusiast. Warranty was the reason I chose the Momentum Porsche and I didn't want to get bounced around between shops if the problems arise in the future. I have a close friend and he told me that
  2. Understand. Dealer has promised me that they will give me something in writing but yes you are right, making it go faster will have some effect on the some of the components that is directly impacted by increased torque. Thank you for your comments.
  3. Paul, Thank you, Yes, I will be fine with just chrome plate. So, I will just save money. It is 997 TT. I am still not used to acronym's of Porsche. Any recommendation on GIAC Tuning?
  4. I am scheduled to take my 07 998 TT to Porsche dealer to do the Tubi Regular Exhaust, GIAC Tuning, and Champion Intercoolers. I found out today that this set up doesn't come with Tubi Tips. I did ask dealer service manager if I can buy tips and for how much? Do you guys think it will look ok with stock tips from Porsche? Does stock tips performance equal to Tubi tips? or do they matter at all?
  5. What came out of the intercoolers? Did you buy the stock intercoolers? Was it fixed under warranty? When you say Tubi Sport Cats? Is that Tubi regular or Tubi Race? And last question. Don't Tubi make the exhaust with headers? What was the reason using the Fabspeed headers and Tubi Exhaust? Sorry for too many questions. I am trying to learn.
  6. What did you decided to do? How much were they asking
  7. I have a 07 997 TT with Tubi Reg. GIAC Tune and Champions intercoolers. Perhaps around 580 HP. What would be the differences from your TT to what I have. I would like to know for the future references. Is your 997-2 TT S?
  8. What is it like as far as sound and power? I used to have 2004 Carrera convertible and now have 07 977 TT. I have my vehicle scheduled to to the Tubi Exhaust Regular, GFCI tuning, Champion intercooler. I am not sure if I am going to have stock tips reused or new tubi tips.
  9. Thank you, Did you use the Tubi Regular or Tubi Race? My advisor at Porsche is asking me to go with Tubi Regular. What kind of chip and exhaust did you install on your car? What does GT2 spark plugs do for the 997 TT? My car only has 1250 miles now, so I am little reluctant to change out the spark plugs. They are going to put all my old ( but like new ) parts in the box that Tubi came in so that I can save them in my garage. I just had the i pod connection and blue tooth intergrated into my PCM. I have it scheduled with Porsche dealer in Houston to do the installation and tuning and intercoo
  10. I have also been looking into doing the exhaust, tuning and intercooler for my 07 TT. I made up my decision to have Porsche dealer in Houston to install the Tubi Regular with tuning. This will get me up to about 570 HP. I may add the Champion intercooler and that may add little power also.
  11. Great. thank you for sharing.
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