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    Today, 12:29 PM
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    Yesterday, 11:33 PM
    I have no idea and I'm still trying to find out. For the 2019 model year, I heard the issue was the oil pump gears. I wonder if it's the same issue for the 2020 cars. I've been keeping up on some of the forced induction power builds on the GT350, and one of the known tuners for forced induction on the GT350 always removes and replaces the stock oil pump gears and crank sprocket on their power builds (supercharger or twin turbo system). They do this on built motors and even stock motors running a supercharger or twin turbo system, and I have not heard of any cars from their shop blowing up their motors, to date. There were a few changes made to the 2020 model year GT350. One of the changes is that the 2020 cars have the 2020 GT500 engine block, among other things. I'm also hearing that 2021 will be the last model year for the GT350. Since Chevrolet cannot seem to do the right thing by putting the LT5 engine and drivetrain in the Camaro, I will gladly get a 2021 model year GT350R instead if the price is right, and do a 1,200hp ProCharger power build. Of course, all this depends on what type of deals Porsche is offering on the 911 Turbo and Turbo S. However, the GT350R is a more engaging car to drive and requires more skill because you row your own gears. That is a BIG plus in my book! By the way, I'll take a GT350R over a GT500 any day of the week.
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    Yesterday, 11:18 PM
    Welcome to a real enthusiast forum Fawaz.
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  • lamboworld's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:52 PM
    These cars are just stupid fast with a hybrid and on e85. Here is my 60-130 run in my TTRS with the smallest hybrid available running E70 on street tires. This run was with the stock intake and stock exhaust. It is easily in the 4"s now.
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    Yesterday, 08:42 PM
    Welcome to a real enthusiast forum Fluffly Turtle.
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    Yesterday, 08:32 PM
    I was hoping this was real :P
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  • richpike's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:30 PM
    Got my stimulus money. Not sure what I’m going to spend it on. -Rich
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    Yesterday, 08:11 PM
    Excellent development here as the importance of PDK tuning grows with time on the market. Why? Because many cars are making enough torque now to cause the factory PDK discs to slip and some are even upgrading to aftermarket setups such as the Dodson PDK upgrade. Cobb's TCU software allows you to raise line pressure, make quicker shifts, and have the car re-learn the clutches. Let's start with the Porsches this software applies to: VEHICLES SUPPORTED 2017-2019 Porsche 911 Turbo / Turbo S 2017-2019 Porsche 911 Carrera GTS 2017-2019 Porsche 911 Carrera S 2017-2019 Porsche 911 Carrera T 2017-2019 Porsche 911 Carrera Base 2017-2019 Porsche Cayman/Boxster GTS 2017-2019 Porsche Cayman/Boxster S 2017-2019 Porsche Cayman/Boxster Base This means all 718 models with 9A2B4 motors and all turbocharged 991.2's including 9A2B6 3.0 Carreras. So what else can the software do? COBB OEM+ Race Start Enabled: Normal, Sport, Sport+ Modes. Decreased Shift Time Idle Creep Disabled Kickdown Disabled Dual Paddle Neutral Enabled COBB Sport Race Start Enabled: Normal, Sport, Sport+ Modes. RPM setpoint for Full Race Launch Mode optimized Decreased Shift Time Kickdown Disabled Dual Paddle Neutral Enabled Shift Schedules: Enhanced shift schedules during more aggressive driving conditions (higher throttle input) Normal driving conditions retain stock shift schedule. COBB Sport+ Race Start Enabled: Normal, Sport, Sport+ Modes. RPM setpoint for Full Race Launch Mode optimized Decreased Shift Time Kickdown Disabled Dual Paddle Neutral Enabled Shift Schedules: Enhanced shift schedules during more aggressive driving conditions (higher throttle input) Enhanced shift schedules during less aggressive driving conditions (lower throttle input) COBB Aggressive Race Start Enabled: Normal, Sport, Sport+ Modes. RPM setpoint for Full Race Launch Mode optimized Decreased Shift Time Idle Creep Disabled Kickdown Disabled Shift Firmness: Increased firmness over factory Dual Paddle Neutral Enabled Shift Schedules: Enhanced shift schedules during more aggressive driving conditions (higher throttle input) Enhanced shift schedules during less aggressive driving conditions (lower throttle input) COBB High Torque Aggressive (Turbo and Turbo S models only) Race Start Enabled: Normal, Sport, Sport+ Modes. RPM setpoint for Full Race Launch Mode optimized Decreased Shift Time Idle Creep Disabled Kickdown Disabled Shift Firmness: Increased firmness over factory Dual Paddle Neutral Enabled Clutch Pressure: Increased under full load Shift Schedules: Enhanced shift schedules during more aggressive driving conditions (higher throttle input) Enhanced shift schedules during less aggressive driving conditions (lower throttle input) Use only if stock clutch clamping pressure does not function in your application. PDK RELEARN Over time clutches can wear and the thickness can decrease. Performing a PDK relearn will help the PDK verify clutch thickness and position. This is particularly useful after a clutch replacement or in cars with higher mileage. This demonstration is from the previous 991.1 models but is very similar to the latest update that adds this feature to the 718 and 991.2 PDK Accessports. Great news for PDK owners and expect to see PDK tuning spread out.
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    Yesterday, 08:04 PM
    Yep - the entire thing is insane. Same with the helper who had her arm ripped off - WTF? And the Walmart meat? Just entire thing is crazy. And love that they reopened the investigation. She’s guilty AF. -Rich
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    Yesterday, 06:09 PM
    Well... I'm stocked up on Bourbon so let's give it a shot.
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    Yesterday, 05:56 PM
    Apparently they are reopening the cold case and the local police are getting multiple new leads a day because of the show. She is sketchy as hell and really comes off as a bitch. I hope they throw her in jail. The cool news is I can buy a Tiger for 2k... The fact he basically kept that guy hooked on meth and made him his bitch is a bit disturbing. Especially as he was like I was not gay or whatever. and the weird 3 gay guy wedding.
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    Yesterday, 05:25 PM
    LOL. That lady totally fed her husband to the tigers. No doubt. Sticky - I’d you haven’t watched Tiger King, you’re missing out. Especially the first three episodes. It’s a shit show to an unprecedented level. If I didn’t know friends from Oklahoma that had been to his ranch, I’m not sure I’d believe it. Just amazing. Must watch. With alcohol. -Rich
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    Yesterday, 05:25 PM
    The RCF is a winner in terms of the driving experience. With a set of long tubes - 445whp on 93 - they are extremely fun to drive and a touche to the E92 M3 in terms of the sound experience. They sound nasty with exhaust work. In my opinion, they were not late to the party - they were going out on analog engines with a bang for as long as they could. BMW was early to that party - but how do you really one up the S65/85 - they were already getting 11-14mpg city. Direct Injected S65/S85 with cylinder deactivation could've kept 'real' M engines and the department head there for a lot longer. I wish they would've gotten it there way It doesn't really lack power - it lacks lightweightness. It's meant to compete with the M4 but is similar weight to a 640i.
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    Yesterday, 05:21 PM
    Because Corona and He is a crazy. Also, F CAROL BASKINS
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    Yesterday, 05:03 PM
    N54PWR10, we appreciate you taking the time to join.
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