McChip-DKR 2017 Porsche 911 Scores Value-Priced Turbo ECU Reflash

Rare to have the same exact thought about tuning a Porsche versus tuning a Ferrari!  But indeed, this new McChip 911 takes a similar path to extra oomph.

The intro of turbo power for many previously-atmospheric supercars presents a huge new opportunity for tuning boutiques.  Upgraded sound and boost make a huge dose of adrenaline on throttle for this Porsche.

McChip-DKR Porsche 911

Photos: mcchip-dkr GmbH & Co. KG

Mcchip-dkr is well-known for operating an ultramodern research and development center for chip tuning in Mechernich, located southwest of the cities Cologne and Bonn in Germany. The software adjustment and development will be accomplished on a high-performance SuperFlow AWD dynamometer type SF880.
Their extensively tested software optimizations are acknowledged nationwide as well as international.

The latest challenging object of the mcchip-dkr team around Managing Director Danny KUBASIK is a Porsche 991 Carrera S 3.0 with original 420 HP (= 309 kW) and 500 ft.-lbs. of torque. Effective immediately the new Porsche 911 will be delivered with a turbo instead of a aspirating engine! Mcchip-dkr offers with level 1 “only” the pure software for 2.499 Euro incl. VAT in order to gain 475 HP (= 349 kW) respectively 570 ft.-lbs. of torque. With level 2 for 8.349 Euro incl. VAT includes the software and a mcchip-dkr valve exhaust system with sport catalytic’s “made by Capristo”. Installation included.

If choosing level 2, a 485 HP (= 357 kW) respectively 585 ft.-lbs. of torque will remain freely at the driver’s disposal. Of course, the mcchip-dkr project vehicle, Porsche 991 Carrera S 3.0, is equipped with level 2. The speedy Porsche is also outfitted with a so-called PDK-transmission optimization. This means, the enforced up- or downshifting (kickdown) is deactivated, the up- and downshifting (+/-) works like the 991 GT3 and 991 Turbo, the maximum of the engine speed/RPM is increased and faster gear shifting as well as a higher clutch pressure are in effect. The transmission enhancement adds 1.490 Euro incl. VAT to the mcchip-dkr invoice. This feature is also available for the Cayman 987 or 981, the Boxster 987 or 981 and the 911 type 997. Finally, the reliable KW-thread springs and the striking in-house vinyl design have to be mentioned.

More detailed information about the stunning mcchip-dkr project car can be found at

mcchip-dkr GmbH & Co. KG
Christian-Schlömer-Ring 16
53894 Mechernich (-Obergartzem)
Phone +49 (0) 22 56 / 95 69 69
Fax +49 (0) 22 56 / 95 69 68
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