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Old 03-20-2017, 10:59 AM
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Hey guys. My name is Jon and am the owner of a company called Flat 6 Motorsports. I'm finalizing a sponsorship on this forum and looking forward to bringing this community some content. We're going to do some videos, dynos, how-to install guides, product reviews, etc.

I personally just bought a Panamera Turbo. It's Carbon Grey with a Cognac interior. It's actually a 2010 but only has 18K miles on it. I've wanted a Panamera for a long time and couldn't pass this one up.

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4-Zone Automatic Climate Control
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Park Assist F/R w. rear View Camera
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Porsche Crest Headrests
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Tune (I'll be testing some piggybacks but will go with our in-house flash tuning)
IPD Plenum
BMC Air Filter
Downpipes & Center Section (keeping the PSE but letting some restriction go)
Possibly upgrade the compressor wheels on the turbos
















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Also - if there is anything specifically you'd like us to cover or show, feel free to add below. We'll do our best to work in any requests into our builds series.
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Love.it.

I have the same car 2010 in carbon grey with rs spiders(in black) same interior color.
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Nice, enjoy in good health!!!
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Nice color combo!
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Nice!!!

Looking forward to ur results on the mods. especially down pipes.

I have already done IPD plenum, VR Tuned piggy back, FVD mid pipe exhaust with center resonator delete. (2010 turbo)

It pulls so hard & fast now its almost uncontrollable.

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Originally Posted by Flat6Motorsports View Post
Also - if there is anything specifically you'd like us to cover or show, feel free to add below. We'll do our best to work in any requests into our builds series.
Hi Jon,

some descent boost hoses to the plenum would be a nice upgrade.
The oem units are soft & thin walled.
Something similar to the Forge motorsports line for other Porsche turbos.
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Hi Jon,

some descent boost hoses to the plenum would be a nice upgrade.
The oem units are soft & thin walled.
Something similar to the Forge motorsports line for other Porsche turbos.
We're taking a look at this. I've got a great industry resource with a lot of FEA/CFD engineering capabilities. We may explore an upgraded intercooler kit with charge pipes. At the end of the day it comes down to will it improve performance and is there enough demand to keep prices reasonable. We've done a few projects before and looking to do more niche things where they make sense. We aren't a product company by trade but where there are some gaps and a need, we have all the resources in the world to make it happen. Very top notch work too! We do like working with our product partners as well to bring solutions to the market. We have arguably the widest set of performance companies' parts we carry specifically for late-model Porsche vehicles.

I already have parts in-bound and will get rolling on some videos here shortly.
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Ok- great. Ill take the 1st pair of charge pipes.


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