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throttle wheel

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is there a way of changing the throttle wheel to get faster response to the gas pedal.....or do we not have a wheel.....i remember something about drive by wire but not sure if the 2002 S has that.....

since putting the window in the engine cover....i can hear the suction noise from the intake after nailing the gas pedal....and hate the delay.....in autox....i always have to remind myself to hit the gas while early apexing a cone just to get the acceleration going when into a straight......(which feels unnatural to me....i long for that v8 feel/response)

anhy comments appreciated......the tpc supercharger starts boost at 2700rpm so when i get that in it'll help a little but.....thats not till winter

btw...heres a short video i found on a "Boxster R"




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I don't know about the throttle wheel thing you're asking about but, a lighter flywheel will definitely raise your engine RPMs up rapidly. If you ever have a RMS leak, ask the Porsche Tech to replace the flywheel with a lighter one and while your at it, check into a new clutch assy too. There are many aftermarket companies out there who sell lighter flywheels. Hope this helps! :blink:

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