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do you have a pic of how low the headers hang?
For the 930? They are no lower than, say, B&B headers w/ heat. Ground clearance was a major area of focus for us.



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Collin, could you please provide more info on the 996 based twin setup?
This particular turbo system was developed by Ivan Arzola at IMA Motorsport. He is really happy with the performance of our trubos and has other systems in the works for the 997 GT3, Cayman, and 968. His number is (703) 327-9858.



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Ditto! Do you have these VVT's to suit the 993TT heat exchangers?
Possibly, they will have the same inlet flange but the outlet flange on any typical 993TT muffler assembly will be slightly different



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Interesting placement of air filters.

Isn't it risky to have them that low to the road?
It's hard to tell from just the picture, but they have developed a bolt-in aluminum fender liner to separate the filters from the elements, particularly in the wheel wells. In that picture you can see one of these fender liners installed on the driver's side. They can both be seen in this image however:

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Last edited by No_Lag; 03-16-2011 at 08:56 AM.. Reason: added more information
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