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Valvetronic Exhaust


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Ordered a valvatronic exhaust for my 2004 996TT X50 from NHP (maxspeedmotorsports.com). Nello is a first class seller and the customer service, and equally important is fantastic. Here is a person who advised me that a part I wanted to order, from him, was not really necessary. I find this level of honesty and CS a rare find.

Have the NHP (maxspeedMotorsports.com) Valvetronic exhaust installed on my 996TT and it works flawlessly.

I know this is the tech area of the site, but I think vendors who supply the proper information are invaluable.


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Contact Nello at Maxspeed ( maxspeedmotorsports.com ) and he will give you a price or visit the website. The build quality and materials is equal to the $3,000+ mfgs at substantially less $. I actually traded for the install, but you could probably figure $600-800. Nice addition to the car.

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