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tequipment sports exhaust Valves

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can someone please confirm if they have ordered a tequipment sports exhaust recently that the valves do come in the open posistion ? if not do you have to weld the flaps in the open posistion ? is their a way to determine that the rod actuators at the bottom of the muffler are working how they should be to get a permenant sports exhaust sound

im having difficulty in understanding after installing just the muffler why im not getting the sports sounds.. maybe the actuators could of been damaged in transit

the car is a 2001 boxster S manual.

have posted this elsewhere so forgive me this issue is driving me nuts

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TP, I'm getting the local OPC to inspect it tomorrow. the thing is that these rods appear loose on mine and offer liitle resistence hence why im thinking they have been damaged. I havn't got one of those tools so its going to be difficult I presume anotehr way of testing is pulling down on the rod and to see if you get the gas flow re-direct.. ?

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I'm trying to replace one of these vacuum actuators on my 996. If you don't want the quiet feature, you don't need these. If anybody doesn't want the quiet feature and would like to help a fellow p-car owner out, I could send mine for trade. It's the part that bolts on and includes the rod. :D :D


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