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Re: Porsche Sports Exhaust 2020/03/25 17:01:55 (permalink)
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Hi Paul - I had it fitted by the OPC in Belfast - no issues at all since fitting and so glad I bit the bullet and had it done 


Many thanks. How long did they need the car for? Was it completed in a day?


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Re: Porsche Sports Exhaust 2020/03/25 18:14:37 (permalink)
Yes done in a day and that included fitting the new exhaust, the new button panel, all associated wiring and programming 
 
Transformed the car
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Re: Porsche Sports Exhaust 2020/03/25 21:27:11 (permalink)
@Jimmyp the price @ Revolution for a 986 is £250+vat and the price for a 987 is 450+vat.
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Re: Porsche Sports Exhaust 2020/03/26 10:32:42 (permalink)
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@Jimmyp the price @ Revolution for a 986 is £250+vat and the price for a 987 is 450+vat.


Hi Stephen, is the Revolution product switchable, turn on/ turn off?
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Re: Porsche Sports Exhaust 2020/03/26 10:57:39 (permalink)
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They drone at around 2000 rpm whether on or off. No way would I have one, it would drive me mad. 
SWS 



Weird, I generally don't get any drone in mine. Bit boomy with the roof up before the engine/exhaust has warmed up, but otherwise great, especially with the roof down.
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Re: Porsche Sports Exhaust 2020/03/26 19:55:37 (permalink)
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s999sws
They drone at around 2000 rpm whether on or off. No way would I have one, it would drive me mad. 
SWS 



Weird, I generally don't get any drone in mine. Bit boomy with the roof up before the engine/exhaust has warmed up, but otherwise great, especially with the roof down.




Completely agree. No drone at all with PSE. Miltek on an Audi RS4, that's what I'd call a drone. Unbearable.
 

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Re: Porsche Sports Exhaust 2020/03/26 22:39:14 (permalink)
@paulcas. No the Revolution one I mentioned is not switchable. 
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