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porsche 996 turbo 2001 coupe 43000 miles fpsh black/ black leather interior rhd

Im in the proccess of completing intsallation of k24turbos (blue printed) and evos motorsport intercoolers needed to modify the

housing, had to be cut to accommodate the bigger intercoolers .

ive already put on a euro pipe exhaust capable of handling 600 bhp and bmc filter with miltek billet diverter vavles

and revo remap approx 490bhp revo software ok

I need advice because ive been told revo is lower end of market and their is better software out

can some one help me to decide which is best

giac or dms

thanks chris

yes ive got the bug :renntech:

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porsche 996 turbo 2001 coupe 43000 miles fpsh black/ black leather interior rhd

Im in the proccess of completing intsallation of k24turbos (blue printed) and evos motorsport intercoolers needed to modify the

housing, had to be cut to accommodate the bigger intercoolers .

ive already put on a euro pipe exhaust capable of handling 600 bhp and bmc filter with miltek billet diverter vavles

and revo remap approx 490bhp revo software ok

I need advice because ive been told revo is lower end of market and their is better software out

can some one help me to decide which is best

giac or dms

thanks chris

yes ive got the bug :renntech:

I was speaking to DMS about this very topic a couple of months ago (looking to upgrade to a Turbo myself shortly). They have a package to work with equal length headers / bigger (K24 or hybrid) turbos / 200-cell cats / free-flow exhaust that they claim approx 620bhp for. Their demo car to this spec was recently tested by a UK magazine (sorry can't remember which one but a call to DMS will give you the details). They saw some insane figures (0-100mph in 7.4 sec comes to mind with a 1.very-little 50-70 time). If these figures are for real then the HP figs seem about right.

Proof of power claims is always in the real-world performance, I believe. My independent also tells me they have installed DMS mods to several cars that have run faultlessly and (very) powerfully ever since. So if the performance claims pan out, maybe they're the way to go.

Ian

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