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Here's one from the side. The exhaust pipes will be shortened so they stick out 1-1.5 inch (2.5-3 cm) once fixed. The opening in the bumper will be finished with a black trim as well... Will post once the bodywork is finished.
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Now that is cool....!!!
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Not exactly center exhaust but there is 2 of them.


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They look good, but for a street driven car I wouldn't have them sticking out the back too far. I don't know about where you live, but around here people parking cars are pretty rough. "Parking by ear" I think it's called. So if someone rams the end of your exhaust while parking you may have some very expensive problems.
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Great tip Bill thanks!
Hadnít tought about that indeed...
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Here is my SC with an M&K GT3. This is first startup after a rebuild. I have since added Borla cookie cutter tips which add enough to comfortably clear the bumper and license plate.


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Here is my SC with an M&K GT3. This is first startup after a rebuild. I have since added Borla cookie cutter tips which add enough to comfortably clear the bumper and license plate.


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Remove your license plate bracket and flip it upside down to clear the exhaust tips


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Here's mine. Very loud. I have M&K too - my favorite...
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GY3 backbox...



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this is my favorite. not too far apart, not too close. juuuuust right.

incredible sound. very raspy.

some of the new pipes sound like a truck with no muffler.
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Here's mine. Very loud. I have M&K too - my favorite...
Is this a MK muffler, or is it an old set of megaphones with the cookie cutter tips??

I saw a thread with an outlay owner mod muffler that used the ends of a pair of megaphones for center tips - looked very cool.

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Is this a MK muffler, or is it an old set of megaphones with the cookie cutter tips??

I saw a thread with an outlay owner mod muffler that used the ends of a pair of megaphones for center tips - looked very cool.

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Chris these are Megaphones with cookie cutters from GT Racing. They are fabulous and a 10 minute install. I have the 2 in 1 out M&K as well for long drives...

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GY3 backbox...
Where did you find that used (and how much did it set you back)?

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Some GREAT shots of exhaust setups....
Makes me more confused on what setup I should get.
I like the GT3 style... 911R style... as well as the sport style... but not sure which one would work best on my 87 with the big rear bumper guards.

I also like the RarlyL8/M&K mufflers and headers, but really really wish they had titanium mufflers.
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not sure which one would work best on my 87 with the big rear bumper guards
Or swap for rear IROC bumper without the big guards?
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not sure which one would work best on my 87 with the big rear bumper guards.
The GT3 will work with the large impact bumper guards. S tailpipes are 12" on center and R tailpipes 31" on center. Both S and R will interfere with the bumper guards.


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All of our products are 321 stainless which is much better than standard 304 for heat tolerance and longevity. It also allows us to use thinner material saving a lot of weight. Mufflers weigh from 10-15 pounds depending on the model. Titanium would have little advantage and cost a lot more. Our margins are tiny compared to the rest of the market as we try to keep our prices in line with the cheap 304 products that everyone else has. Quality has a price but the market will only support a certain level. 321 is on the edge and titanium is beyond that market support level.
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Bodywork almost finished. These are updated pictures done by bodyshop guy. Will post better ones later when the car is back in the garage...




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