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Any muffler with a straight through design will work well with a turbo.

The space available for a muffler on the 930 is restricted to about 6" OD before you start hanging out the bottom or hitting the heat shield. You cannot likely use the stock outlet with a muffler that large in diameter. Mine was designed to tuck up as much as possible so that a nice symetrical line is seen just below the valance.

Another thing to consider is wieght. Our system complete weighs just 10 pounds. No straps are needed if you use the stock turbo bracket, but one can be added in the stock position if desired.

I've got a couple of these out in the field now and will do a formal introduction once all the data is in and any issues addressed.

In all fairness to the original posting, these mufflers do not compare. The Aero may be an inexpensive alternative that a muffler shop can weld up for you. My system is a direct bolt-on made of the best materials available and designed specifically for the 911Turbo, not an SUV.
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'78 911SC Widebody, 930 engine, 915 Tranny, K27, SC Cams, RL8 Headers & GT3 Muffler. 350whp @ 0.75bar
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