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sand_man's quest for an "under bumper" wastegate pipe

Pipe welders, fabricators, and/or exhaust specialists please subscribe! I currently have a Fabspeed "Zork" tube that exists under the center of my rear bumper. I've also removed my lower rear valence. What I'm after is a wastegate pipe that exits under the rear bumper.

I currently have B&B headers and a Tial 46MM wastegate. Right now, the shorty B&B wastegate "dump tube" is serving as my WG (wastegate) exhaust.

I've always loved the look of the 934 exhausts, which employed the "zork" exiting near the center (no valence) with a much smaller diameter wastegate exhaust pipe usually running next to it. I realize that the exhaust plumbing in 934s have very little common with my 930, but there still must be a way to achieve this look.

To be honest, I'm a pretty darn good wrench, but I'm terrible at figuring out measurements for pipe elbows, angles, and radius' and such.

What should be my plan to realize my goals? Is this something that the most basic of muffler shops could fab for me? Any ideas are welcome.

Some pictures:

This is "Shockm's" engine, but the wastegate has been oriented in a different location, so it was easier to achive the look:

Taken from the Fabspeed website. The pipe on the left attaches to the wastegate and exits at the rear driver side (made to look like a "dual" exhaust):
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