This calibration delivers peak-to-peak performance gains of 85 hp and 95-105 ft/lb torque. The program offers smooth part throttle driving and gear transitions, but a substantial increase in power at full load.
Software features included:
– Increased boost
– Changes to fuel and timing
– Higher torque limits
Performance gains displayed in the dyno plot shown were achieved with the GIAC software upgrade only using 93 octane. Additional power increases may be observed with additional performance hardware and/or higher octane fuel.
Available now at the shop, and can be flashed via OBD port. Call 804.343.3363 to schedule an appointment.
Mark your calendars for the KW Suspensions rebate, going on March 1st – April 30th. Don’t miss your only chance this year to receive a rebate up to $200 on our V1, V2, V3, Clubsport’s, HAS, and Street Comfort coilovers for selected applications. This discount cannot be combined with any other discounts. Send us an email or call the shop for details.
Historically Porsche has always been a brand well-represented by customer and privateer teams in motorsport. It could be argued that the modern-day formula for mass-production GT racing cars was pioneered, developed and wholly built by Porsche with the advent of the Cup cars back into the late 80s. Still, as modern GT racing has become more and more cost prohibitive and fewer teams, companies or individuals either can’t or choose not to foot the bill, the number of privateer teams running the top-level GT 911, the RSR, can be counted on one hand. That number next year may well fall to zero. Team Falken Tire has announced that with the completion of the 2015 IMSA Tudor United Sportscar Championship they will officially end their RSR program.
It seems nearly impossible to believe, but 2015 is already kicking into high gear; January is (almost) gone and February will be upon us in no time. We here at Lüfteknic have been busy trying to finalize our plans for 2015, and are very excited to share them with you.