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phillipj

New Tips for the Turbo

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Here's a pic of my rocket with new exhaust tips. The stock one's were really bad.. They discolor and "look like they belong on a Corvette" (quote from my wife actually.) Porsche didn't do a very good job on these...

These are Fabspeeds. They are quite light and fit perfect. 5 minute install.

I'm really happy with the way they look.

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They look very similar to the TechArt I jiust had fitted with the new exhaust... Much nicer than the standard item

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Thanks!!!!... New tires next.... They don't last too long on this beast.

What did you get?

Consider the Bridgestone RE11. Great grip, softer than other R coumpound tires, less choppy.

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Thanks!!!!... New tires next.... They don't last too long on this beast.

What did you get?

Consider the Bridgestone RE11. Great grip, softer than other R coumpound tires, less choppy.

The RE11s as a track only set up is great.

All around tire would be Michelin Pilot Super Sport!

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The RE-11's are a great tire. They stick well. Work great in the rain and are pretty quiet. Good tire for the money..

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Here's a pic of my rocket with new exhaust tips. The stock one's were really bad.. They discolor and "look like they belong on a Corvette" (quote from my wife actually.) Porsche didn't do a very good job on these...

These are Fabspeeds. They are quite light and fit perfect. 5 minute install.

I'm really happy with the way they look.

Your wife has a point but has it reversed. Round dished-out tips have been on Vettes for years. It has been a long time since Vettes had oblong tips, but never teardrop design because they never had the teardrop bumper Porsche holes. My turbo with those "vette-like" round tips fit in with all the vettes at our weekly car show. That did not look good for my turbo. Took them off and went with the new Porsche-updated chrome finish teardrop tips. Now sparkling chrome teardrop tips fit teardrop holes and I got the P-designed rear-end look of a Porsche turbo again. Goodby Vette look. And too, isn't the turbo the only series that have the teardrop exh-look, I guess excluding the GT2 which has round bumper holes for their round tips.

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