991.2 Turbo, Turbo S, GT2RS PDK Map Notes

Supported Vehicles:

  • 2017-2019 Porsche 911 (991.2) Turbo PDK WM
  • 2017-2019 Porsche 911 (991.2) Turbo S PDK WM
  • 2018 Porsche 911 (991.2) GT2 RS






Map Revision:

MapVersion #
Simulated Stock

v100

COBB OEM+*v100
COBB Sportv100
COBB Sport+v100

COBB Aggressive

v100
COBB High Torque Aggressivev100


PDK Tuning Activation: 

  •  If you did not initially purchase your Accessport with PDK support, please contact the COBB Tuning customer service team via phone or email.  


Required Accessport Firmware:

  • AP3-POR-012-PDK: 1.7.3.1-16957

Map Availability:


ECU Map Note Locations:




Requirements: 

All maps are designed for vehicles with stock clutches.  If you have upgraded clutches it's recommended to get a custom tune   







COBB OEM+

  • Race Start Enabled:
    • Normal, Sport, Sport+ Modes.
  • Decreased Shift Time
  • Idle Creep Disabled
  • Kickdown Disabled
  • Dual Paddle Neutral Enabled

COBB Sport

  • Race Start Enabled:
    • Normal, Sport, Sport+ Modes.
    • RPM setpoint for Full Race Launch Mode optimized
  • Decreased Shift Time
  • Kickdown Disabled
  • Dual Paddle Neutral Enabled
  • Shift Schedules: 
    • Enhanced shift schedules during more aggressive driving conditions (higher throttle input)
    • Normal driving conditions retain stock shift schedule.

COBB Sport+

  • Race Start Enabled:
    • Normal, Sport, Sport+ Modes.
    • RPM setpoint for Full Race Launch Mode optimized
  • Decreased Shift Time
  • Kickdown Disabled
  • Dual Paddle Neutral Enabled
  • Shift Schedules: 
    • Enhanced shift schedules during more aggressive driving conditions (higher throttle input)
    • Enhanced shift schedules  during less aggressive driving conditions (lower throttle input)


COBB Aggressive

  • Race Start Enabled:
    • Normal, Sport, Sport+ Modes.
    • RPM setpoint for Full Race Launch Mode optimized
  • Decreased Shift Time
  • Idle Creep Disabled
  • Kickdown Disabled
  • Shift Firmness: Increased firmness over factory
  • Dual Paddle Neutral Enabled
  • Shift Schedules: 
    • Enhanced shift schedules during more aggressive driving conditions (higher throttle input)
    • Enhanced shift schedules  during less aggressive driving conditions (lower throttle input)

COBB High Torque Aggressive

  • Race Start Enabled:
    • Normal, Sport, Sport+ Modes.
    • RPM setpoint for Full Race Launch Mode optimized
  • Decreased Shift Time
  • Idle Creep Disabled
  • Kickdown Disabled
  • Shift Firmness: Increased firmness over factory
  • Dual Paddle Neutral Enabled
  • Clutch Pressure: Increased under full load
  • Shift Schedules: 
    • Enhanced shift schedules during more aggressive driving conditions (higher throttle input)
    • Enhanced shift schedules  during less aggressive driving conditions (lower throttle input)




PDK Relearn

  • A step-by-step guide on how to perform this procedure with the Accessport can be found here: How To: Perform PDK Clutch Re-Learn      
  • Over time clutches can wear and the thickness can decrease.  Performing a PDK relearn will help the PDK verify clutch thickness and position.  This is particularly useful after a clutch replacement or in cars with higher mileage.
  • The adaption process an be quite loud and the car may clunk or lurch somewhat violently.  This is normal during the adaption process.



Closing Warnings and Precautions:

  • Use of inappropriate calibration/modification combinations may promote transmission damage.
  • If the COBB High Torque map is flashed to the TCU a A PDK relearn may be required when switching from the High Torque map to other COBB maps or uninstalling.  PDK Relearn instructions are located above.
  • Some higher mileage PDK cars may have driveability problems that may be exacerbated by flashing the PDK, most notably a shudder when starting from a stop at low throttle in 1st gear or reverse.  In most cases a simple PDK fluid service is all that is needed to remedy the issue, however the issue may be more indicative of a failing valve body.  A PDK Relearn will unfortunately not fix this issue.  We suggest doing a PDK fluid service before installing the PDK flash if you are still running original fluid regardless of milage.              




Revision Notes:

Revision #Notes:
v100