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is there ANY quality alternative muffling changes that will make the sound more throatier? this is a '10 997 C4S-THANKS FOR ADVISE.

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I have a 2010 4S with sport exhaust. The car was not originally equipped with it and had it added at time of purchase the catalog price is $2800, and the dealer charged something for the labor.

Previously had a ’06 997 s with sport exhaust so I can give you a good comparison.

The change in engine resulted in a different sound where the 3.6 was more throaty and the 3.8 has more of a snarly sound and is not as boomy. The addition of the sport exhaust nicely amplifies the sound in both.

In my opinion I prefer the new sound. It’s meaner and threatening. I always drive with it on.

Also, the new sport exhaust tips have an interesting kind of high tech look with a pipe inside outer pipe with diagonal cut and two tone colors. I posted a picture on my thread of a few days ago. Very nice.

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Also, the new sport exhaust tips have an interesting kind of high tech look with a pipe inside outer pipe with diagonal cut and two tone colors. I posted a picture on my thread of a few days ago. Very nice.

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Like wise. I added PSE to my 06S, which I loved and Just added it to my 09S with my off/on switch, as before, and I love it!

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is there ANY quality alternative muffling changes that will make the sound more throatier? this is a '10 997 C4S-THANKS FOR ADVISE.

have you checked out any of the Fabspeed products. I installed the fabspeed intakes on my 09 911s and the car definitely breathes better with a throatier exhaust note at rpm's over 3000. Its not obnoxious enought to be annoying either. i know fabspeed makes a ton of other exhaust applications too.

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is there ANY quality alternative muffling changes that will make the sound more throatier? this is a '10 997 C4S-THANKS FOR ADVISE.

have you checked out any of the Fabspeed products. I installed the fabspeed intakes on my 09 911s and the car definitely breathes better with a throatier exhaust note at rpm's over 3000. Its not obnoxious enought to be annoying either. i know fabspeed makes a ton of other exhaust applications too.

+1 Fabspeed B)

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Howdy!

Any experience out there with TUBI exhaust productss? Chanpion Posrche, Pompano Beach, FL has a performance shop and they reccomend this manufacturer. I'm only 2.5 years into the factory warranty and bought the extended warranty to 84mo/75000 mi and don't want to void it. 997.2 C2S. The Porsche performance endorsed TUBI seems to be least likely to interfere with the warranty although there are other less expensive quality after-market sport exhaust manufacturers out there. If this works out, I''ll probably re-map the ecu. Doing both is "advertised" to get you 35-40 addit HP.

Comments and obsdervations would be very appreciated!

Thaks!

Ed

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I have installed FVD system on my 09 Carrera. Here is a video clip. You be the judge.

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For my '09 C4S, about a year ago, I looked at the Champion Motorsports Tubi exhaust mods with ECU remapping to be done at a Porsche Dealership in Houston. The conversion would not void the warranty. The cost was somewhere in the ballpark of $4500 for a gain maybe of 30 horsepower. I felt this was too much money for the small gain in horsepower.

I feel that my money would be better spent on taking performance driving courses that would help me to get the most out of my "stock" vehicle. I think that unless I really know how to really drive the car in a manner that it is capable of, the increased horsepower would really only be useful for straight-line acceleration.

Don't get me wrong, I would love to have the increased horsepower and throatier exhaust sound.

Just my $0.02.

MWS

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