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Polished 934 Waste Gate Dump and Zork Fitment Pictures

Just finished test fitting the polished 934 WG/Zork combo.
Really like the way it all turned out. The bracket makes it a little tight to mount up but once done it is very secure. The picture below was taken at an angle that allows you to see the waste gate connection through the stock tailpipe outlet cutout. You will notice that nothing can be seen from the rear accept the final 6" of both tail pipes.





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Sweet.

Here's a thought from an outsider.(I only have an SC.)
Could you attach the WG pipe to the exhaust and have only one outlet? I picture a hole cut and the WG welded to the exhaust.


or even having two equal size tips with one as described above.
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So what's the cost of that set up?
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So what's the cost of that set up?
Cheap enough for weekend warrior type stuff without a doubt. Not sure brians retail but it is fairly inexpensive
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He has prices on his website, and yes his prices are THE BEST compared to other options out there.
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In the US '78/9 factory configuration the waste gate pipe connects directly to the muffler. For performance it is best to have them separate. I chose the pipe sizes to mimic the 934 race cars look. Having the small ID waste gate pipe emphasizes that you have a turbocharged engine.

Pricing for raw, satin, and high gloss finish is listed on my website, www.RarlyL8.com
The 934 pipe is $50 less expensive than the Zork. If you bought them unfinished the price shipped would be less than $350 for the set. I'd say it is quite competitive regardless that no one else that I'm aware of even makes these in a bolt-on set.

As a side note, I can remove my dual outlet muffler and install the 934/zork in about 15 minutes total - WITHOUT LIFTING THE CAR OR REMOVING THE VALANCE with only a 12mm and 15mm wrench.


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why do they call it a zork tube? Oh, and RarlyL8 it looks great!
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