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Dual Exhaust Pipes For 2003 C2 Cab?

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No. The C2, C4S and Turbo all use different tips. The C2's have a small vertical pipe attached. The C4S and Turbo are just tips, and although they look the same, the Turbo's are a bit shorter.

Porsche recently added P/Ns to their webstie. See the links below




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It looks like I can install the following for that 4 pipe look?

Four-Tube Sports Tailpipes (Carrera)

Chrome-plated sports tailpipes with elegant four-tube styling. Suitable for 911 Carrera models from 08/02.


Part no. 996 111 981 02


Part no. 996 111 982 02

Is this corect?


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hi Loren,

I got a pair of dual-pipe tips, but there are no 996.xxx. numbers on those, so how do you know if they are fitting for C2/C4 or 4S?

the only no. are: EP4120 14/02, on one of them.



Without part numbers or pics it's hard to say. If you can post pics perhaps someone from the RennTech team (or Gert) can identify them.

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the only no. are: EP4120 14/02, on one of them.

The Turbo twin tips are 6120 so the ones you have (4120) must be for the C4S or the '02- C2/C4

If the tips are only 10 cm long, they are the C4S version.

When they are about 15 cm long and come with a piece of extention pipe, they are the ones for the '02- C2/C4 cars

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thx Gert,

that's it then, they are mounted with an extention pipe like the <MY02 tail-pipes versions, so they have come from the C2/C4 >MY02

this means I got the wrong ones for the 4S back bumper conversion :-(

well well than, I will have check if the new >MY02 back bumper fits my '00 C2 w/o major mods to mount the twin tail-pipes!



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Interesting thread.

This should be the list of the Eisenmann numbers for all the -optional-996 tail pipes:

EP 4110 : big oval 996 3.4L ('99-'01)

EP 4120 : dual tip 996 '02- C2/C4 (no GT3, no C4S)

EP 6120 : dual tip 996TT/GT2

EP 7120 : dual tip 996C4S

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thx Gert for the complete lists of part no.!

'n another question about mods of 4S look:

so this means, there are needs to get a self made tail-pipes extension for modification from C2/C4 to the 4S back bumper on the original exhausts or to get a pair of 4S exhausts and tail-pipes?



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You need a pair of original (or dual) Turbo or C4S exhaust tips because only these tips will match the exhaust contours of the Turbo/C4S rear bumper cover.

The piece of pipe of the original exhaust tips needs to be modified so it connects the new exhaust tips with the original mufflers.

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