Or maybe you want PDK.There are still reasons why you might get a swap vs. buying a GT4. Maybe you already own a Boxster or Cayman, so your marginal cost would be less. Maybe you don't want a track car, but something more supple or luxurious.
Maybe be you want a GT3 engine.
Looking forward to future posts on your BGB conversion! I'm very much interested in this, but will probably do it closer to the end of the four year warranty.I don't think so. In fact my Cayman is at BGB getting the swap done right now. Should be done in two weeks. I feel that I'm getting more for less money than the GT4. But I'm not the target demo for the GT4. If the GTS had 380hp then maybe I wouldn't be doing the swap. Even then I'm spending the same amount of money and getting items not available from PCNA. Specifically the Guards LSD and sport headers.
I’m not gonna put much weight on his little joke ... What am I supposed to do, believe he is telling the truth because he is lying? I think he’s just trying to hype the GT4 up by making us think the engine is vastly underrated. After all, that video was an advertisement, not a public service announcement...You never know. Judging by the interview EVO did, it may well already have the full 400 hp. "At least 385 hp.. at 10,000 ft... "
Absolutely contact BGB Motorsports, they have done 981 3.8L Engine swaps and even better, they're located in Florida!Porsche just enhanced the market for 3.8L swaps.
I just bought a 2014 CS, and the news had me salivating for a new GT4. But when I found out there are no allocations for nobody guys like me, I began thinking about a 3.8L swap.
My 2014 325 hp 3.4L 6 spd Cayman S has only 2600 miles, no track time and no over-revs. It is a high value "core engine" trade towards a 3.8L swap.
I'm in FL.
What shops should I call for quotes? How much do yall guess a swap would cost me, considering the engine I would swap? Comments?