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About dave_fs

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    Alpharetta, GA
  • Porsche Club
  • Present cars
    Toyota 4-Runner
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    Porsche 996
  • Former cars
    Austin Healey 3000
    Mazda Miata
  1. Hi pfbz, Thanks very much for all the effort you put into this great DIY! I am planning to follow this on my '03 996 as it seems to provide the best of all worlds. But before I get started I do have one question. How is the satellite reception for nav. apps with the iPad embedded in the dash? Or did you somehow add a supplemental GPS antenna and if so, how?
  2. Looks like I'm on the other side of this. I have PSE on my '03 C2 but there is no switch on the dash nor is there a plug or relay to disconnect. It is always on, ie. loud. According to my VIN search, PSE is not one of the listed options. Were there different versions of PSE? The cans look like the PSE Hack with the added pipe welded in place. In any case, they are too loud for me and I'd prefer the standard 3.6 cans if anyone would like to swap. Is there a way to modify my cans to quiet them (I know this is the opposite from what most seem to want)? I just bought my Porsche a few weeks ago and still have much to learn, but it's undoubtedly the greatest car I've ever owned. I'd very much appreciate any info on PSE anyone can provide. I've been all through the PSE Hack thread and can't find any other threads that seem relevant. Thanks............... Dave
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