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whats the best bang for your buck aftermarket exhaust


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after shopping around ...there are like 7 ,so far ..companies that make aftermarket exhaust...

My question is :

whats the best bang for your buck after market exhaust for the 997 turbo?

Lemon

Fabspeed without a doubt. Call Joe or Jay, they will hook you up, great customer service after the sale too!

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You don't give much info regarding what your preference is for how loud, whether you plan to mod the car etc. There are a number of good manufacturers out there and you'll get a lot of different suggestions...I see a couple already. You said "best bang for the buck"....so by that I take it you're looking for the most reasonably priced system for the money?? Exhaust systems are so difficult to recommend because what I like in terms of type of sound and the performance mods I have aren't what you might be planning for your car. What you're going to get here are some personal preferences based upon very little input from you.

Try a search and you'll see what I mean about all the different suggestions and recommendations. The best approach is to find cars that have the system you are thinking about and listen to them.

You can end up paying anything from around $900 all the way up to $6000.....Oh yeah....I am running Europipe...but it's not cheap so is probably not the best bang for the buck.

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I went with AWE and a number of others heard it and bought the same. A nice balance of sound for different driving styles. It is a nice deep rumble/burble at low rpms but if you step on it hard in sport mode it sounds like a true exotic sports car (or jet).

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I applaud this thread for it's lack of discussion respecting HP GAINS! As a shop owner, I'm so disgusted with that BS! I can understand and support an alternative sound theme though. Many of the current "muffler merchants' (those built in US) are crafted of craptanium also. Today's Porsche has real quality incorporated into their exhaust parts. havefundriveporschetakechances-Mark

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