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Porsche Crest New Exhaust car falls on its face??

Hello guys,

I just installed a Fabspeed muffler kit on my 99 996 with tips. Easy to install looks great and sounds really good..............


I was driving on the weekend and found a nice wide flat section of damp road. I fed in throttle to get the back end loose for some fun........as soon a I release the clutch and anticipate a blast of power the car falls on its face, sputters then slowly comes back to life?

Under normal heavy acceleration ( no attempts at getting the tires to spin ) it seems normal?

Easy fix is don't roll the back tires I know but wondered if anyone else has experienced this after installing better lungs on the car?

SW
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Falls on Face

Traction Control off and on no change?
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Wow, too many variables.

Try disconnecting the battery for 15 minutes, then reconnecting. This will "reboot" the DME and clear all of the adaptive values.

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