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Center Outlet Muffler for the 930

Finished this prototype up this evening.
It turned out better than I had hoped for! The flexibility is freakin' great. You can put the tip just where you want it.
The 180* bend will rotate axially while the tailpipe can pull in/out and rotate up and down. You can use it with or without a valance as it can tuck up to the muffler body or extend down if you have a valance.
I plan to use T-bar clamps to secure everything.
The spacer band clamps to both the muffler body and tailpipe to secure the entire unit from vibration.

And the best part? It works with the 934 W/G pipe.










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Old 02-21-2008, 05:31 PM
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Now you're talkin'. Zork without the noise.
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BTW, is that a Tial 46mm in the background?
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Nice work! You will offer it in brushed SS? Also I see 1 maybe 2 axis of movement?
When and How much?
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Also, stupid geek note but you can place a degree symbol by pressing the alt key and typing 0176 (Alt+0176) or Alt+0 on a Mac
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The pipes can also move in and out as well as up and down. So there is a lot of adjustability.
I am really exited about this new design. It should end all the custom work for fitment with headers, aftermarket oil tanks and turbos. It will also allow the owner to put the tailpipes exactly where they want them to be.

The muffler above is a raw prototype. It is going to the polish shop next week and then to its new home in Chicago. All of my products are offered in satin or high gloss polish.

The price will be the same as the stock outlet RL.930.1 , this one will be P/N RL.930.C
You can check pricing on my website listed below. Polish is extra and listed as well.

Mark - I forgot the DOS function key strokes 20 years ago, ha!
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I'd love to see those coming out of the bumper on either side of the number plate.
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Anything is possible but I doubt too many folks will want to drill 3.5" holes in their bumpers.
I have actually thought about doing just that with my F/G bumper but I cannot bring myself to do something permanent due to all the different muffler configurations I work with.
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Brian -

Don't think that I could see it from your pictures but make sure you don't forget the O2 Bung!

Can't wait to get my hands on it.
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The pipes can also move in and out as well as up and down.
Whoa Brian.. watch out there, you're getting a little riskay..

Just kidding.. nice work on that design.. think there will be any drop in hp or spool time from the back pressure? Still a short pipe.

Mark, thanks for the "geek" tip.. I forgot that one too!


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Back pressure? You can roll a tennis ball through that dude. This particular unit has sound deadening material in the expansion chamber so there will be no evacuation effect. Even so it should be very free flowing.

Didn't forget the O2 bung, that will be put in during final welding then it's off to the polish shop. I'm expecting the T-rod clamps any time.

Another noteworthy point is that the tailpipe can be angled towards the ground should you desire further sound deflection.

Mark - that is a 46mm wastegate but it is not a TiAL, rather a cheap Asian knock-off I bought to compare.
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Hi Brian,

I did that one a few weeks ago...and I'm still waiting to hear the sound, untill I finish the fitting of the blown6 IC.......



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Mark - that is a 46mm wastegate but it is not a TiAL, rather a cheap Asian knock-off I bought to compare.
I see. Just curious as I'll be in the market in the very near future.
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Yes Serge, I saw your muffler a few weeks back. It should be fairly quiet with that style muffler.
What will you use to support it?

Mark, M&K is a TiAL dealer and will give you a good price. I am approved as a dealer but cannot swing the buy-in price. Staying small and focused has its advantages and disadvantages ....
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Thanks, I'll give him a call.
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Is that what you're talking about Brian....?

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Yep. Saw the band but didn't know how it connected. I have a similar muffler for another application and use the stock bracket for it. Yours is in a different position so I was curious.
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Brian, the "assembly" is so strong that you could pull the car by the outlet....!!!

I had to modify the stock bracket a little bit...one more hole and some position adjustements......



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Thanks for the pix. I get it now.

The muffler is nearly finished. Enough that you can see the final product.

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Brian, as soon we"ll finish each other, we'll compare our sounds....Melody....!!!!.....
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