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Dennis C

Exhaust tip adjustment and alignment

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My recently acquired 2014 Turbo S Cabriolet appears to have a misaligned exhaust tip on the driver's side.  I'm not sure how it happened; it doesn't appear to be damaged in any way, it's just canted a bit too much towards the outside.  My question for the group is:. How is the tip adjusted?  In the past, I've simply loosened the clamp that attaches the tip and then moved the tip into the correct position.  I looked under the car and it looks a little bit more involved for the 991.  Is it the same as my 997 was in terms of adjustment?  If so, does anyone know the bolt size?



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Thanks Loren.  I can see that clamp and bolt when I look under the car.  I can see lots of the other plumbing too, so I just wanted to make sure that I loosen the right clamp.

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Thanks again for the help.  I was able to loosen the bolt and easily adjust the tip.  It uses an external torx bolt (I don't remember the size).

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