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COBB AP3-POR-007 AccessPORT V3 PORSCHE 991 CAYMAN, BOXSTER / 991 CARRERA

Part#: AP3-POR-007
Please note! Product images are for illustrative purposes only and may differ from the actual product
Description

Throw away your gauges!! The new in-cabin mountable Accessport V3 has a large, full color, higher resolution screen which allows you to monitor up to six parameters in real time. Fully customizable from the look (multiple bezel colors), layout (set up a race, street or dyno gauge cluster) and mounting options (choose from 1,000s of standard vehicle mounts). Of course, all of the great COBB tuning is included - with enough space for 100 calibrations. This is your new Accessport - and maybe the last one you'll ever need.

The Accessport V3 is the world's best selling, most flexible ECU upgrade solution for Porsche. Unlock power hidden within the vehicle by replacing conservative factory settings with more aggressive calibrations. Upgrade forever with off-the-shelf (OTS) calibrations for most bolt-on modifications. It's the last engine management solution you'll ever need.

FEATURES
Porsche 981 Cayman, Boxster / 991 Carrera Accessport V3
  • Larger, full color, higher resolution screen
  • Customizable multi-gauge display
  • In vehicle mount, with on/off switch
  • Faster, easier to use and just better all around
  • Interchangeable faceplates

 

Porsche 991 NA

Typical Stage1 vs Stock Power:

Carrera & Carrera 4 3.4L
Peak Gains
Max Gains
Stage1 91

+4.76% HP, +2.96% TQ

+8.67% HP, +8.76% TQ 
Stage1 93

+5.72% HP, +3.70% TQ

+8.70% HP, +8.62% TQ 

 

Carrera S & Carrera 4S 3.8L
Peak Gain
Max Gain
Stage1 91:

+5.15% HP, +5.83% TQ

Max: +7.48% HP, +7.33% TQ 
Stage1 93:

+7.32% HP, +8.74% TQ

Max: +9.75% HP, +9.84% TQ 

Results may vary 

Peak Gains are measured as the absolute maximum value between the highest points of two plots.
Max. Gains are measured as the average maximum value between the highest and lowest point of two plots.

 

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