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BD997

997 Aftermarket Exhaust

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I know not many out there...but who besides Fabspeed makes an exhaust for the 997's....thanks guys

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I know not many out there...but who besides Fabspeed makes an exhaust for the 997's....thanks guys

Good question, I can't find anything either. Do you have any Idea what the Fabspeed sounds like?

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I know not many out there...but who besides Fabspeed makes an exhaust for the 997's....thanks guys

Good question, I can't find anything either. Do you have any Idea what the Fabspeed sounds like?

Fabspeed has video links with sound for there different exhaust systems...

http://www.fabspeed.com/997_997S_997GT3.html

The only other aftermarket company that I have found is AWE-Tuning.... They also have a sound bite of what there exhaust sounds like.

http://www.awe-tuning.com/media/multimedia...tem%20HiRes.wmv

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I just completed an install of Europipes exhaust with x51 headers on my 2007 C4S and I have to say I'm impressed by this system. Great quality, fit is perfect and the sound is music to the hears. Not too loud but with an agressive bark more like a air cooled 993 or a new GT3. Classic german flat six sound. I would highly recommend the system. Install is DIY with careful planning and a few tools. I can't wait for mine to fully break-in over the next 500 miles. www.europipe.be

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There are so many out there, it's hard to list them all. Go to the newsstand and pick up a copy of Excellence and you'll see ads for Fabspeed, AWE, Tubi, B&B, etc.

After listening to many and checking out the companies, I went with AWE headers, cats, and mufflers. Overall savings of 10 lbs and some very impressive dyno sheets.

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