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Rennhg

997 tt 2007

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i am adding the tubi 200 cell cat and exhaust --- what is the opinion on headers -dealer says the factory are perfect and no benifit with aftermarket.

Should the intake or filter be changed too.

any experiences or opinions would be appreciated.

hg

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There is qiuite a bit of debate about the headers. Most tuners will always the replace the factory with aftermarket when doing mods to the TT. Fabspeed makes a very nice header that has a good rep with tuners. Whether they perform better than stock I don't know.. They sure look nice though...:clapping:

I had the stage one mods done to mine.. Tubi muffler, ECU upgrade and GT2 spark plugs and a K & N filter. The car is MUCH faster and sounds awesome. I also bought the Fabspeed exhaust tips (see pic.) I really dislike the stock tips..

As far as the intake... Fabspeed makes one but I don't see how that the engine will not be sucking hot air. Champion makes a sweet CF airbox but its about $5k and seems to be eye candy if anything...

Hope this helps...

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thx, good info. I will do the K& N as well.

I will wait on the ECU upgrade as i have a full year of warranty left on the car.

Not sure the $'s for the tips make sense to me, i like them, look great, but i do not get the $700 for for the tips !

thx

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I agree about the price of the tips It's rediculous. Tech Art wants $900 for theirs! I actually bought some similar tips from another company for $450 (trying to save a little cash) When they arrived the hardware was weak and they didn't fit properly. I sent them back and "ponied up" for the Fabspeeds. They are lighter, very good quality and fit perfect..

If the tips were for almost any other car they would be $200 bucks.. Oh well... Sure looks nice...

Good luck with your car. I know you enjoy it. Mine makes me smile everytime I drive it:clapping:

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