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93097004xx 01-02-2018 03:59 AM

Aftermarket exhaust..
 
My Y pipe and exhaust are in need of attention. I have fought this partly do to keeping originality and partly do to cost..

So my thought process is what can the world of aftermarket exhaust offer in the way of sound?

My ideal setup would be a exhaust that would look mostly stock from outside mainly the exhaust pipe.

I want to be able to have heat in the cabin.

This may come as a surprise to some of you but I would prefer it to be loud..

I guess if I had to describe a preferred engine note it would be 993 gt2..

I guess what Iím asking for here are pictures and preferably videos of your aftermarket exhaust.






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93097004xx 01-02-2018 04:14 AM

I also understand that a the induction system or air box contribute greatly to the sound a exhaust system makes.

I would like to keep my stock air box if possible.




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flightlead404 01-02-2018 05:24 AM

If you want loud, get one of RarlyL8's Hooligan systems. Either a single or a dual outlet is available.

1979-930 01-02-2018 05:48 AM

I don't know if anything is out there that replaces the stock look for exhaust headers. The doubt the demand is there for anyone to manufacture something like that.
To make the car louder you just need to replace the muffler assembly with something louder. As mentioned above Brian at RarlyL8 has four, or more, options for sound level and they will all bolt to your current turbo.

RarlyL8 Muffler systems for Porsche 930

voitureltd 01-02-2018 06:23 AM

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Originally Posted by flightlead404 (Post 9869334)
If you want loud, get one of RarlyL8's Hooligan systems. Either a single or a dual outlet is available.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I have used multiple Rarly8 muffler systems along with the factory headers and J pipes from the 70s 930 Euro systems which is similar or the same as the US 930 system from 86 onward on 77- 79 us 930s. Sounds great, heat is fine, and good increase in power and fuel mileage. The RarlyL8 mufflers can be either single or dual with different sound spec's also.http://forums.pelicanparts.com/uploa...1514906449.jpg

93097004xx 01-02-2018 06:26 AM

Aftermarket exhaust..
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by voitureltd (Post 9869391)
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

I have used multiple Rarly8 muffler systems along with the factory headers and J pipes from the 70s 930 Euro systems which is similar or the same as the US 930 system from 86 onward on 77- 79 us 930s. Sounds great, heat is fine, and good increase in power and fuel mileage. The RarlyL8 mufflers can be had single or dual with different sound spec's also.http://forums.pelicanparts.com/uploa...1514906449.jpg



I would like to retain a single exhaust.

I do like the look of this exhaust. What did it cost installed?

1979-930 01-02-2018 06:29 AM

Like everything else Porsche. A BOAT load.

In case you don't know.
BOAT = Bust Out Another Thousand. :D

Speedy Squirrel 01-02-2018 07:30 AM

What type of attention does it require? Is it leaking, or rusted, or .... ? What year is it? The early US exhausts Ď76 to Ď79 are less common. No model year 930 used a shiny tip (not a Porsche thing I guess). Finally, state inspections may require a cat to pass the emissions test.

93097004xx 01-02-2018 07:45 AM

Aftermarket exhaust..
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Speedy Squirrel (Post 9869448)
What type of attention does it require? Is it leaking, or rusted, or .... ? What year is it? The early US exhausts Ď76 to Ď79 are less common. No model year 930 used a shiny tip (not a Porsche thing I guess). Finally, state inspections may require a cat to pass the emissions test.



Its the original euro exhaust for 1979. Iíd like to keep the original exhaust if at all possible. Maybe I should wait to see if porsche reproduces the factory correct exhaust for 79 RoW.

Speedy Squirrel 01-02-2018 07:55 AM

They do, as does aftermarket company Dansk. Hopefully you can reuse a few things, like the rear crossover.

puddy 01-02-2018 08:42 AM

Stock is boring, go for a Rarly L8 hooligan muffler, Or outlaw pipe, if you really want to upset the neighbors! :D

Mocker 01-02-2018 08:52 AM

Sound should be a secondary concern...your focus should be on how best to increase the performance and reliability of the car with simple bolt-on mods, at a reasonable price.

Fortunately, replacing the factory turbo/header/exhaust combo on these cars is the easiest, cheapest and least-invasive way of boosting power. The factory header/turbo, in particular are crappola.

Rawknees'Turbo 01-02-2018 08:54 AM

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Originally Posted by Mocker (Post 9869552)
Sound should be a secondary concern...your focus should be on how best to increase the performance and reliability of the car with simple bolt-on mods, at a reasonable price.

That has never been a concern or goal of the OP's (not meant as a slam towards him, just an FYI :)).

1979-930 01-02-2018 09:15 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mocker (Post 9869552)

Un-Fortunately, replacing the factory turbo/header/exhaust combo on these cars is the easiest way to maximize your frustration level. Broken bolts and extraction are in your future.

Fixed it for you. :D

jwasbury 01-02-2018 10:30 AM

My opinion:

Highest quality aftermarket offering with heat are SSI exchangers. I think they stopped making them and maybe sold the product line to Dansk? Not sure I recall correctly on that point.

One could argue that SSIs were better quality than Original Equipment...certainly true vs. the USA 1979 crap that my car came from the factory with

Anyway, Brian B. (Mr. RarlyL8) sold an SSI setup for the 930. Combined with one of his mufflers this was my choice.

There is a video with sound clips from my car on youtube...search "jwasbury" and you'll find it easily.

Not sure if Brian can still pull such a system together for you, but he's the "man" for 930 exhaust upgrades

Mocker 01-02-2018 10:56 AM

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Originally Posted by 1979-930 (Post 9869572)
Fixed it for you. :D

:D So true! :D

kevin930t 01-02-2018 11:17 AM

This is true.I am currently running B&B headers with heat exchangers and will be placing a order in the next couple weeks for Bryans headers.I am getting excited just thinking about it.Have any one of u swapped your B&B for Bryans headers?

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Rawknees'Turbo 01-02-2018 01:14 PM

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Originally Posted by kevin930t (Post 9869720)
. . .I am getting excited just thinking about it.Have any one of u swapped . . .

???

!!!

:eek:

Only in the land of Fruitz & Nutz! :eek:

kevin930t 01-02-2018 01:20 PM

U know it.

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OldSpool87 01-02-2018 01:42 PM

I can only speak to Rarelyl8 mufflers as I donít have any of Brianís headers. Fitment is terrific and customer service is awesome. I have a hooligan on my 930. Compared to the M&K on my SC itís not too loud and I love it. My family knows when Iím about two blocks away.


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