PHB1969Thanks Brian & Wollemi. Do you happen to know when the GPF came in please? Am I right in thinking a GPF equipped model would be better than a non GPF model With respect to ecu map and sound. Thank you.
Brian_InnesPHB1969Thanks Brian & Wollemi. Do you happen to know when the GPF came in please? Am I right in thinking a GPF equipped model would be better than a non GPF model With respect to ecu map and sound. Thank you.Paul, It's my understanding that the GPF fitment started in September 2018 as an EU directive. A GPF Cayman or Boxster GTS has smaller exhaust mufflers and larger pipe diameters upstream in the system. I would definitely say a GPF car is a better buy. Brian
Brian_InnesPS: I see my signature shows the 718 Cayman S PDK as a 2019 model. That is incorrect. This should read 2016. My current 718 Cayman GTS PDK is 2019.I haven't yet discovered how to change this.
WollemiIt’s my understanding that it can indeed be retro fitted as it is merely a software change. I also think it can be removed if desired. When the Porsche Centres re-open you can ask them to confirm this.
Brian_InnesThanks for your help Andrew. I got as far as forum details, but the list of previous cars is greyed out. I clicked "Edit" but this only referred to changing my user name. I can add another vehicle but no facility to edit the existing vehicle list. Grrrr. I gave up in disgust. Brian
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