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Retro fitting Sport Chrono

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Porker911gts
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2021/04/05 21:05:54 (permalink)

Retro fitting Sport Chrono

Hi All
 
i have a 2020 Macan GTS which unfortunately doesn’t have the sport chrono fitted, but otherwise nicely specEd. I had heard rumours you can get this retro fitted, more for the faster engine mapping and quicker gearbox changes in sport plus than the sport chrono watch. I have it on my 911 and miss the sport plus option, otherwise the spec I have in my GTS works really well for me.
 
ive checked with my local opc and they weren’t sure, any ideas would be appreciated
 
thanks
 
gareth

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Re: Retro fitting Sport Chrono 2021/04/07 20:13:19 (permalink)
An alternative approach might be a Cobb product.  
 
https://www.cobbtuning.com/products/accessport/accessport-for-porsche-macan-base-s-gts-turbo
 
There is a chap (in Israel I think) who did many mods to his Macan - details somewhere on Macan Forums

Richard Chappelle
Boxster S, Macan GTS
Previously Audi RS4,
Nissan GTR, Lotus Elise 111R, Caterham SV, Golf VR6, Peugeot 205 GTi, RS2000 and a few sheds
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Re: Retro fitting Sport Chrono 2021/04/08 21:11:56 (permalink)
It can be done
 
See https://www.macanforums.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=9841
 
$850 (I think).  

Richard Chappelle
Boxster S, Macan GTS
Previously Audi RS4,
Nissan GTR, Lotus Elise 111R, Caterham SV, Golf VR6, Peugeot 205 GTi, RS2000 and a few sheds
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