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99 boxster dme help

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Problems is there are fixed maps for the cars Porsche produced - by emission requirements. So there might be 3 or 4 maps for a 3.4 liter 996 (maps are based on the emissions requirements). So they are "non-tunable" maps.

And, there wasn't a 2.7 liter 996 so the 3.4 map would be wrong for a 2.7 liter. You might get close with the larger 3.4 throttle body but still no guarantees that it would run right.

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the car actually runs good with the 5.2.2 dme from previous 2.5. im just tryng to have resonance valve be actuated by dme.

i had read an older post from todd and corect me if i am wrong but he said that a 996 dme from a 99 would adjust without a problem with a 2001 3.2l.

how will it do with a 2.7 same year

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Perhaps you will be the first to try?

I guess perhaps you could go the other way with a lot of re-wiring - source from a dismantler a newer DME (matching immo/alarm/etc.), a 2001 egas T/B and the correct map???

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