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Combination of power kit and GIAC tune adds a lot of torque down low. GIAC alone may also, I haven't tried that. BUT ... the cost is such that I'm wondering if I'd do it again or rather just buy a 991 TT....
 
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Combination of power kit and GIAC tune adds a lot of torque down low. GIAC alone may also, I haven't tried that. BUT ... the cost is such that I'm wondering if I'd do it again or rather just buy a 991 TT....
Two questions if you don't mind. What was the total cost and what did the tune do to your warrantee? I assume also that you went down this route for the same reason that I asked the question in the first place.
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Cost of the tune was $3K through the Porsche dealer who assured me warranty would be fine (and PCNA said to check in warranty issues with my dealer). GIAC directly would be $2k but was happy to overpay the dealer to keep warranty (or so I hope). The tune adds a bunch if torque between 2800-4000 rpm
 
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Cost of the tune was $3K through the Porsche dealer who assured me warranty would be fine (and PCNA said to check in warranty issues with my dealer). GIAC directly would be $2k but was happy to overpay the dealer to keep warranty (or so I hope). The tune adds a bunch if torque between 2800-4000 rpm

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