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looking for used aftermarket exhaust - want more popping


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seeb429, I have had 8 911's including 3 Turbos. My current cars are a 2006 C4S and a 2014 Turbo S. Porsche put a lot of work into designing these cars and over the past years I have learned the hard way that changing anything is usually a big mistake. There is always a price to pay for any alteration. I would like a little more bark also but what you are likely to get along with it is droning at some speed usually at at the speed you like to cruise at on the highway. I always wind up putting the stock exhaust back on (with stainless hardware) and selling the trick exhaust for a loss. If you change anything just do the headers. Soul makes a beautiful product. This will give you a more staccato sound without making things drone. 

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On ‎4‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 9:44 AM, seeb429 said:

have a 2015 911 turbo s 991.1


looking for a good used inexpensive system just for a better sound.


Welcome to RennTech :welcomeani:

As mentioned elsewhere, Porsche put a lot of time in the design of the existing system, plus the turbo's also dampen even a fully open exhaust note on these engines.  It is the nature of running turbos...……..

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