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997 GT3/RS Center Muffler

 
Old 05-20-2019, 02:17 PM
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Default 997 GT3/RS Center Muffler

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M&M Center Muffler and side muffler deletes for a 997 GT3 or GT3 RS. This is a M&M center muffler with the side muffler delete pipes that was installed on a 2010 GT3 since 2014 or about 9k miles. Exhaust is used and was driven mainly on the street. It wakes the car up giving it a nice sport sound while shedding weight. Perfect for anyone with a 997 GT3 who wants to save their titanium center muffler and get a better sound out of the car.

Price is $1595 shipped inside the continental US.






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Old 05-21-2019, 02:43 PM
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Great exhaust. It goes on easily, shaved 35lbs overall in the far rear, and great HP gains, no droning. The best part was saving the factory exhaust from cracking again. Great bang for the buck on these cars
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Could either of you guys compare the sound output between this setup &,...say for example a setup with stock sides with Sharkwerks center bypass?

I love playing around with exhausts & trying out different sounds.

Thnx.
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Old 05-21-2019, 06:08 PM
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I've got this system on my car and it's great. The Rennlist seller was a POS, but the system after all the troubles is working great, thanks to MJspeed. Also stopped the RMS leak.

I think Brombacher aka M&M makes some of the best exhaust systems available. Love mine!

https://www.fvd.net/us-en/BES9971026...tyle-tips.html
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Old 05-23-2019, 10:39 AM
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Originally Posted by bweSteve View Post
Could either of you guys compare the sound output between this setup &,...say for example a setup with stock sides with Sharkwerks center bypass?

I love playing around with exhausts & trying out different sounds.

Thnx.
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Hard comparison on these two. The Sharkwerks losses the center muffler keeping the side mufflers and this one replaces the center but loses the heavy suitcase side mufflers. So they are two different sounds but with this one there are no valves so you get the same sound. To me it sounds amazing on the car. Deep sound at idle with high pitched sound at full song.
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Old 05-29-2019, 04:08 PM
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Noticed a price drop. Hope to get a sound clip soon.
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