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Old 07-17-2007, 07:35 PM   #1
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What exhaust sounds most like a Tubi?

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I have been all over You Tube. Seen all the vids. I think that the Fab Speed set up with the delete of the second cats, and the GHL exhaust sounds most like a Tubi.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7MUgoL_JkQ

I really love that Tubi sound. Cannot get enough of it. Want it for my Boxster S.

Am, I right or wrong. What set up would sound closer?

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Old 07-17-2007, 09:04 PM   #2
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I had a tubi on my ferrari 360 spider. I didnt pay for it, it was on there already from the previous owner. I must say the tubi IS the best sounding exhaust , without comparison.

I dont know your budget but if you think its the best sound also you should save up and get it. if you love it that much it would probably be the best money you can spend. Plus then you get the presige of owning a Tubi and anybody who knows about exhaust will know you got the best.
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Old 07-17-2007, 09:56 PM   #3
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I agree that the TUBI exhausts sound awesome... My personal favorite sounding exhaust, hands down though.... goes to Kreis-sieg.

Check out the Kreis-sieg on the F360: HERE


And here on a 987S: HERE


Pretty expensive though... ~$5500 for the 987S F1 valvetronic exhaust
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Old 07-18-2007, 06:55 AM   #4
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I agree that the TUBI exhausts sound awesome... My personal favorite sounding exhaust, hands down though.... goes to Kreis-sieg.

Check out the Kreis-sieg on the F360: HERE


And here on a 987S: HERE


Pretty expensive though... ~$5500 for the 987S F1 valvetronic exhaust
Agreed. I think the Krei-sieg sound even better than the Tubi. Too bad it's soooo expensive.
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Guys

I thought Tubi, did not make the exhaust for the Boxster??? True or untrue???

I have a 2000 Boxster S

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I thought Tubi, did not make the exhaust for the Boxster??? True or untrue???

I have a 2000 Boxster S

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They make it for the Boxster 987 line (05+ models), not the 986 line.
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They make it for the Boxster 987 line (05+ models), not the 986 line.
yea I just found that out. I have no idea why they dont make it for the 986 as theres more 986s than 987s out.
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They don't make a 986 exhaust because they never developed it during the car's current life cycle, and now, they won't develop it because while there are more 986s in circulation, there are very few people who own a sub-$30k (well most 986s at least) car willing to spend that kind of money on an exhaust.

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They don't make a 986 exhaust because they never developed it during the car's current life cycle, and now, they won't develop it because while there are more 986s in circulation, there are very few people who own a sub-$30k (well most 986s at least) car willing to spend that kind of money on an exhaust.

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Bingo. It's a business decision. Most 986 buyers at this point would not drop $2500+ on an aftermarket exhaust, especially when most of the other aftermarket exhausts cost $1000 and under.
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You can always buy it and have it retro fitted to your 986.
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You can always buy it and have it retro fitted to your 986.
Tried that route already. Called Tubi directly and asked that question. They referred me to call Champion Motor Sports, where they already tried it and were unsuccessfull as well. I guess a GHL is the way that I must go.
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I would think they only made a 987 version because of the cayman. Aren't the cayman and 987 after-market exhausts interchangeable?

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