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Question where to find 964 RS heater bypass pipes

Hey everyone,
I was just wondering if anyone knew where to find the RS heater bypass pipes for 964s. I know they used to be available from Porsche, but I don't think they are anymore. I've seen some repro's for sale, but they force you to bypass too much of the A/C electrics for my tastes.
I'd like to lose the 15lbs behind and above the rear axle, plus it'll let me adjust my shocks more easily and have access to the engine compartment, so if anyone knows where to find one I'd appreciate the info.

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Here's one of the reproductions:

http://vintagebus.com/rstube/
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yeah, that's the reproduction I've seen, I just have a problem spending that much money on a part that used to be $80 from Porsche and still have do do a ton of mods to it to make it work
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FWIW,....We have the factory ones here.

IMHO, the aftermarket ones do not fit well enough to justify the expenditure.
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Steve,

What's the price on your factory pipes, and do they have the slots for electrical connections built in, or do they still need to be bypassed.

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