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987 maniford, cats, exhaust on 986?

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I have 2003 boxsterS and live in Korea.

no data about tunning was here.

I knew 987 has 280HP because of large air intake, ecu, manifold and exhaust.

986 and 987 are same engines.

is it possible to retrofit 987's maniford,cats, and exhaust on 986?

986 and 987 are not same frame ,therefore I am half in doubt.

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We had a tech session for the new Boxster last month. It was on the lift and I asked the mechanic if it could be done. He pointed out all the things that have been changed. I think it would be a lot of work if it can be done at all.


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The guy's name is Andy from Portland, Oregon. He put in Dansk headers, cats, and muffler (non-sausage style), Evo (I believe) intake, desnorked, and GIAC (I believe) ECU. He got 291HP. He was careful about doing before/after dynos, so I trust his numbers at least within some +/- statistical significance of dyno runs.

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