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Old 06-12-2008, 06:32 PM   #1
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FS Fabspeed Exhaust SOLD

For sale complete stainless Fabspeed exhaust for 1997-1999 Boxster 2.5L. with stainless 100 cell cats.retail $1700 used very little asking $750. May fit others with some work not sure. The cats have less than 200 miles and the muffler was used for dyno testing at Fabspeed and still looks and sounds new.
In Lexington , KY area. Great look with nice sound. Call 502-649-5000 or email to rickw@insightbb.com

SOLD 6-30-08

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Old 08-24-2008, 08:29 AM   #2
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I purchased this from Rick but have decided not to install it. If interested email me at chris_craft@shaw.ca


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Chris Craft...
If this fit a 3.2 I'd be all over it. Fabspeed makes great stuff.
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I'm up to my ears in suspension replacement expenses, so I can't buy this from you, but I would love to know if the fabspeed single chamber muffler has the typical cabin resonance of aftermarket mufflers. All the twin chamber models have it, as well as the sausage shaped one from Dansk.

Loud and not annoying at the 2k-3k range, or is the drone there?
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Old 09-05-2008, 05:18 PM   #5
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I purchased this from Rick but have decided not to install it.
e-mail sent on September 5, 2008

Get back to me as I'm in Ottawa, ON.

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I'm up to my ears in suspension replacement expenses, so I can't buy this from you, but I would love to know if the fabspeed single chamber muffler has the typical cabin resonance of aftermarket mufflers. All the twin chamber models have it, as well as the sausage shaped one from Dansk.

Loud and not annoying at the 2k-3k range, or is the drone there?
I have the Dansk sausage muffler and suffered from the drone at about 2800-3000 RPM - but after I installed headers and it went away. The combination of the two must have cancelled each other out somehow.
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SOLD. Thanks to everyone who showed interest.
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Old 09-06-2008, 11:14 AM   #8
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Chris Craft:

I've been watching this thread and I see in your signature you've gone back to the OE muffler. Was the Stebro Sport just too annoying for you?

Most of my driving is on the highway at or around 70 mph so the drone isn't too bad for me, especially with the top down. With the hardtop on it is more bothersome. Otherwise I enjoy the noise.

At some point I would like to abandon the Stebro and install the new Fabspeed muffler along with their headers, but I don't think this will happen this year.

Do you think you will be satisfied with the stock muffler for long or do you have other plans?

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