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Old 11-10-2013, 07:40 AM   #1
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Milltek Exhaust for sale.

I have a complete Milltek exhaust system, I got it with a project car I just purchased and have no use for it. Exhaust is in good used condition, only thing I see wrong is where the axle was hitting one side. This is off of a race car, it wont hit on street car.
$500 takes it. Im in CT 06795.
I can disassemble and ship at your cost.
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Old 11-11-2013, 07:39 AM   #2
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I'm interested in this but looking at the pictures are we sure this is for a 986? I'm trying to follow which side is the top? Also do you know how this system sounds?
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Yeah looks like 987 to me. I have 987 Fabspeed headers with sport cats if someone wants to go 987 exhaust.
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987 exhaust fits 986?
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987 exhaust fits 986?
It won't fit.
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987 exhaust fits 986?
I have heard a OEM 987 exhaust can be made to fit a 986 by relocating a few parts.

Never done it myself but I suppose biggest benifit might be from moving exhaust further away from the sides of the cam covers.
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I have heard a OEM 987 exhaust can be made to fit a 986 by relocating a few parts.

Never done it myself but I suppose biggest benifit might be from moving exhaust further away from the sides of the cam covers.
The major difference between the 986 and the 987 exhaust system is how it routes from the headers to the catback along the sub chassis. In actuality, 987 headers will fit on a 986, it's where the "pumping" goes from there - that creates the problem.
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so this is for a 987?
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so this is for a 987?
Looks like it from here, did you remove it from a street driven 986? How do you know it's made by Milltec?

If so maybe you can post what mods are required to fit it to a 986 to help it sell.
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To my knowledge, Milltek only produces exhaust systems for the 987, and never for the 986.
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Here's a good photo comparison.
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