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    Uninstalling SRP much tougher than installing.

    I am slowly getting my car ready for trade-in (most likely to Gen 2). I will lurk and strike when the perfect car appears. So last night I decided to remove the SRPicon. I will tell you, installing OEM parts was much tougher than installing SRP in the first place.

    I reflashed the car back to stock in no time though. I really like how Softronicicon allows that.

    Considering how easy that is, I will flash it with Softronic standard program for now. Especially as still have catless headers and sooner or later I am sure to get a CEL.
    Tomasz

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    Re: Uninstalling SRP much tougher than installing.

    I did the same thing 2 weeks ago prior to selling my Boxster S, I had a bitch of a time getting all the intake couplings to fit into place. I also didn't install the wire connector to the OEM throttle body correctly ( not pushed in far enough). This caused some head scratching, the car would not stay running and I got a CEL, took me a few minutes to figure it out. I would say it took me about 4 hours to reinstall the OEM parts, about twice as long as the SRPicon install.

    I agree, the flash back to stock was painless and no issues with the car after the re-flash.
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    Re: Uninstalling SRP much tougher than installing.

    I would have to agree in that the stock parts are harder to reinstall than the SRPicon was to install. The new DFI kit is the same.


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    Scott

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