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    • Full Tial Sport Porsche 2017-2019 911 (991.2 3.0) Carrera, T, S, GTS product suite plus specialty items

      Now that the 9A2B6 3.0 twin turbo flat-6 Porsche 911 models have some miles on them more owners are willing to modify their cars seeing what reliable and stout powerplants they have with plenty left in them to uncork.


      Tial Sport is at the forefront of the platform and BoostAddict.com tested and helped with development the moment the 991.2 3.0 platform became available with the PorscheBoost 991.2 Carrera Project Car.

      You likely read some of the positive reviews being posted of the product line and here is a breakdown of all the parts available for the platform along with some of the extremely limited specialty items.


      MIMO TiAL 991.2 Light Weight Air Inlets

      This product improves efficiency and will drop boost pressure (meaning less heat) and is highly recommended for all 991.2 3.0's.



      MIMO TiAL 991.2 Intercooler System

      The factory intercoolers are quickly overwhelmed even in stock form. Heat soak is a major issues and only exacerbated with a tune or upgraded turbos. These intercoolers provide a major benefit and are of the highest quality. Just look at the 3d printed end tanks!

      - Larger end tanks
      - Custom larger silicone hoses
      - More fins, more rows
      - Designed for Tial inlet pipes
      - Utilizes factory shroud
      - US made core, not Chinese
      - 3d printed end tanks
      - Built in nozzle for cooling/meth




      Throttle body manifold / plenum

      The intake plenum removes a restriction over the factory piece that is especially notable in the mid-range. PorscheBoost tested an aftermarket plenum finding mid-range gains and this is a great bang for your buck upgrade.


      MIMO TiAL 991.2 M660 Turbo

      The most important upgrade for big power and torque. A completely plug and play affair using the factory lines and housings.

      Here are factory turbo specs:

      9A2 3.0 991.2 Carrera

      Horsepower: 370
      Torque: 332 lb-ft
      Boost Pressure: 13.1 psi
      Turbos: 49mm compressor/45mm turbine

      9A2 3.0 991.2 Carrera S

      Horsepower: 420
      Torque: 369 lb-ft
      Boost Pressure: 16.0 psi
      Turbos: 51mm compressor/45mm turbine

      9A2 3.0 991.2 Carrera GTS

      Horsepower: 450
      Torque: 405 lb-ft
      Boost Pressure: 18.0 psi
      Turbos: 55mm compressor/48mm turbine

      The Tial M660 upgrade goes to a 61mm compressor wheel and 50.5mm turbine. We will of course not reveal the wheel designs.

      Here is what you can expect:

      Turbochargers:

      New OEM CHRA. ( Bearings, shaft, thrust washers )
      Larger turbine wheel 50.5mm
      Larger 61mm Compressor wheel

      Core OEM units (starting life from OEM 991.2 C2/4, C2S/4S, or GTS2/4 turbos) are then:

      - Disassembled and Inspected
      - Hot Ultrasonic Immersion Cleaned. Di Water rinse.
      - Shot peened to restore finish to new or better appearance to Compressor and Turbine housings.
      - 5 Axis turned / Machined.
      - Reassembled and clocked for installation.

      As for power, BoostAddict hit over 600 whp on 91 octane and is currently pushing for more. You certainly do not have to.




      SPECIALTY ITEMS

      GT3 style valved exhaust and 3d printed insert

      This speaks for itself.





      SPW (Specialty Precision Welding) inconel headers

      Extremely light and a design proven to work in other turbocharged applications. You will get data for this product soon. This will not be cheap.



      SPW Downpipes ( For 991.2 Carrera NON PSE )

      Catless downpipes for non-PSE models.


      Feel free to PM this account or e-mail admin@boostaddict.com to purchase. International shipping is possible although more expensive and time consuming.

      This article was originally published in forum thread: Full Tial Sport Porsche 2017-2019 911 (991.2 3.0) Carrera, T, S, GTS product suite with pricing plus specialty items started by Sticky View original post
      Comments 8 Comments
      1. nn7man's Avatar
        nn7man -
        Great set of mods! I love my Tial parts, outstanding quality and performance. I'd be in for the exhaust pieces too except I'm already running a full Kline inconel system
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by nn7man Click here to enlarge
        Great set of mods! I love my Tial parts, outstanding quality and performance. I'd be in for the exhaust pieces too except I'm already running a full Kline inconel system
        Glad you're happy and the quality truly is outstanding.

        Regarding Kline, solid products. I have set of Kline headers to test and the stuff looks pretty good to me.
      1. Bowser330's Avatar
        Bowser330 -
        Any dragy data yet from 991.2 Tial Sport users?
      1. Sticky2's Avatar
        Sticky2 -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bowser330 Click here to enlarge
        Any dragy data yet from 991.2 Tial Sport users?
        Yep, it's in the forum. Just search.
      1. alcuin's Avatar
        alcuin -
        88000 km here engine number 1027 GTS.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by alcuin Click here to enlarge
        88000 km here engine number 1027 GTS.
        You likely have the most miles here! That's awesome!
      1. alcuin's Avatar
        alcuin -
        oil change every 10000km type 5W30.

        250ml-350ml every 10000km oil consumption

        some tracks and lot of daily driving.

        only "problem" I have with the car is a strange sound that comes from the PDK when going down from 4th to 3rd gear.

        worst thing of the car is the weight and sound of the Targa roof , noises everywhere.
      1. quattr0's Avatar
        quattr0 -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by alcuin Click here to enlarge

        only "problem" I have with the car is a strange sound that comes from the PDK when going down from 4th to 3rd gear.
        Saw this from other place. There might be a loose connector underneath. Just a guess with your noise. Might not be the same but worth checking it out?