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    • APR back in Porsche tuning - 718 Cayman/Boxster 9A2 tuning development begins

      Great news from APR who is back in the Porsche game. Many of you likely do not remember that APR at one point had a fairly robust catalog of Porsche tuning parts. Over the years their core focus became Volkswagen and Audi but they announced they are back in the Porsche tuning starting with a 718 GTS.


      APR will likely find its largest market on the base 718 models with the 9A2B4 2.0. Why? Because that turbo is apparently a K04 which APR has a lot of experience with and it is not a VTG turbo.

      That is not to say the 718 S and GTS 9A2B4 2.5 VTG models will not benefit from tuning simply that the 2.0 is the best candidate for turbo upgrades from APR.

      We expect downpipes, intakes, intercoolers, and exhaust upgrades. The software alone will likely set APR apart from the rest.

      Thus far, the 718 has been largely ignored in the aftermarket in favor of the 991.2 Porsche 911 models due to the 9A2B6 3.0 models all sharing the same motor and Porsche themselves distinguishing them with different software and turbochargers.

      Hopefully the 718 9A2B4 2.0 and 2.5 finally get the push they deserve and if anyone can deliver it is APR.

      This article was originally published in forum thread: APR starts development on 718! started by Arin@APR View original post
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      1. axthomson's Avatar
        axthomson -
        Just saw a post on IG that APR has a 718 S and is starting development. I have Cobb now, but I am very interested in what APR will offer for hardware and software. Canít wait.
      1. axthomson's Avatar
        axthomson -
        Damnit! I just posted in the engine section. Lol. I want an upgraded intake system. The factory one looks restrictive in several spots. Also a downpipe, headers, and turbo parts. I have a Base BTW. I’ve read the turbo is a K04 variant.
      1. Arin@APR's Avatar
        Arin@APR -
        Awesome. We'll be looking into everything. Click here to enlarge
      1. F16HTON's Avatar
        F16HTON -
        Calibrate my 991.2, I’ll have in Opelika the moment you say yes!
      1. Arin@APR's Avatar
        Arin@APR -
        Shoot me an email with details on what you have: aahnell@goapr.com
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Great news from APR who is back in the Porsche game. Many of you likely do not remember that APR at one point had a fairly robust catalog of Porsche tuning parts. Over the years their core focus became Volkswagen and Audi but they announced they are back in the Porsche tuning starting with a 718 GTS.

        Click here to enlarge

        APR will likely find its largest market on the base 718 models with the 9A2B4 2.0. Why? Because that turbo is apparently a K04 which APR has a lot of experience with and it is not a VTG turbo.

        That is not to say the 718 S and GTS 9A2B4 2.5 VTG models will not benefit from tuning simply that the 2.0 is the best candidate for turbo upgrades from APR.

        We expect downpipes, intakes, intercoolers, and exhaust upgrades. The software alone will likely set APR apart from the rest.

        Thus far, the 718 has been largely ignored in the aftermarket in favor of the 991.2 Porsche 911 models due to the 9A2B6 3.0 models all sharing the same motor and Porsche themselves distinguishing them with different software and turbochargers.

        Hopefully the 718 9A2B4 2.0 and 2.5 finally get the push they deserve and if anyone can deliver it is APR.
      1. axthomson's Avatar
        axthomson -
        I’m all in for one of their turbos. 450whp would be insane. I have Cobb right now, but I’m deployed and my friend is handling all the work. I would be interested in APR software for sure with a nice ball bearing turbo upgrade.