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965 Turbo 3.6 Exhaust System

Hi there

I'm in progress to buy a 1993 Porsche Turbo 3.6
What is the most recommended Exhaust System available (Headers, Sport Catalytic Converter, Muffler) where i gain in Horsepower and safe weight?? I also want to upgrade to a other Turbo, but which one?

Want to stay with CIS and stock IC..

I definitely have to use the cat. by law orders here in Switzerland


Thanks for advice and any help..

Thomas

(Sorry my bad English )
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Can you post a picture of your exhaust system, or one off another C2T 3.6L?
I would like to see exactly how the heat exchangers, catalytic converter, and muffler are configured as compared to a 930 such as '89.
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Rarly, check this out:

http://www.pelicanparts.com/cgi-bin/PartsLookup/search.cgi?command=show_page&Catalog_Name=911C2_USA_KATALOG&Illustration=202-15&Line_Item=47

Compared to a 930, once you get past the turbo it looks completely different. The cat on a 964/965 is where the muffler is on a 930. The muffler ends up on the right side of the engine. The exhaust makes a 90 from the cat to the muffler and then a 180 to the tailpipe.
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If you want a louder exhaust system and need the cat. I think Fabspeed makes a muffler bypass pipe that would go on right after the cat. That mixed in with a GHL/ B&B triflow manifold and you are good to go for Power gain, weight loss, and cat. preservation
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That's what I thought Paul, thanks for the link.
Doesn't the C2T have the oil tank in the '72 position?

Thomas, by the picture that Paul posted it looks like you can save some wieght by dumping that big muffler. I would think a turbo car would not be too terribly loud using a cat and a small bullit muffler of some type.

The C2T also comes with a K27-7200 stock. That's not a bad turbo.
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Thanks everybody for help...

That means i could go with the same headers like the 930 uses also. What is better 1.5 or 1 5/8 in.?? i do not need heater boxes.

Turbo upgrade, which one with stock IC and CIS??

The car has already 964 Cams and 0.9 bar Wastegate Spring, by the way..


Thanks for help.

Regards Thomas
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911,if it has 964 cams and a spring I suggest that you drive it for a year and then decide what to do. I'm more than sure that a car like that has enough performance to entertain you for that long.

930GT, the Fabspeed bypass pipe is a cat bypass. They have a neat video of it and a cut-away of a stock muffler.

Rarly, yes the oil tank is ahead of the right rear wheel.
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