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Originally Posted by b930 View Post
Understood Colin. When I add up the cost of headers, muffler, fast spool turbo etc, the benefits of variable vane for not much more is a no brainer. One more question on fitment, can you make the right side exit drop under the valance. Thinking about those who may want to retofit the stock stuff back on at a later date and dont want to cut the valance. I'll PM you separately about shipping etc, I am in Australia.

Also, I have a 996TT, any plans to do bolt on variable vane kits for them?
We could possibly put together a muffler for you that would preserve your bumper. I have considered making a simple dump tube for the exhaust to really give them the 934 look but have been so busy that I haven't gotten a chance to test the it. My guess will be that it will be loud but having the vanes within the turbine housing help to quiet the exhaust note significantly.

As for the 996TT there is a strong possibility that our friends at IMA Motorsport will be doing something for the twins in the near future as they already have a system for 996 GT3s.
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