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Question exhaust 930?

whats a good sounding exhaust on a 930 ?
i prefer a loud exhaust ,any suggestions?
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ok enlighten me
i have a dual outlet right and left does this require headers?
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That's a bit of a vague question, Pete.

If you have a twin outlet exhaust, you're referring to the muffler only.

For any serious gains on any 930, you will require aftermarket bolt-on headers such as B&B, GHL, GSF, Schnell etc...
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ok im gonna need the headers
now how will the zork tube exit? 1 side out the center?
will this give me a horsepower gain ? what about emissions?
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Pete, "headers" refers to the tubing which routes the exhaust gas from your cylinder head to the inlet of the turbocharger turbine. Your muffler is connected to the outlet side of the turbine and routes the exhaust gas to your tail pipes..

A zork tube is a essentially a straight pipe which bolts onto your turbo in place of the muffler = loud, but good. Center outlet seems common.
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so its just a open exhaust
that has to be loud
if itll piss off the neighbors i want it
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Then Zork it is for you, my boy:



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Craig 1 word ..........Awesome
thats nice ,is this street legal or a track car?
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To make a short story long....

In WA State there are no visual inspections, so as long as your car passes emissions (25 yrs or newer, mine now needs no emission testing) you are good to go with whatever you want to run. It is a handful on the street - wah wah, stiff steering etc in slow turns with 275s up front and stiffy suspension - but I love it.

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