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    1994 1965 Turbo 3.2
  1. Also, working on headers, trying to bring some of the cost outta these things, they are priced way to high.
  2. Hehehe yeah no sh*t, thx for the spell check, looks like my typing skills might need a slight tweak. Yeah, that europipe is sweet, we did a whole 900 miles up and back the East Coast with that one on the car. For the money Miltek is the best bang for the buck, then Europipe. We are working on an inhouse exhaust currently, stay tuned. Z That would be RUF.
  3. Not true, my 01 tt came with 12in rears Z My understanding is that the GT2 rear lips are rolled at the factory to fit the 12" wheels
  4. 3 companies make the right exhaust for this car based on acustic designs, Europipe Milltek Ruff Anything else is simply mandrell bent piping with hollow mufflers. I have run 7 diff exhaust setups on our 650 hp 01 996 and frankly those 3 are the only ones with a good sounding porsche style note, the rest sound like outboard motors at best. All of them flow about hte same and on stock apps wpnt matter either way, sound will be the real tale. Z
  5. Thats odd? Really aftermarket seems to affect cars with other mods, but nothing more.... HUm Z
  6. Just picked up the 1994 965, good shape, 80k on her. One draw back the original rims are NOT with the car, and ideas on how to obtain the original rims? Z
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