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Old 11-17-2007, 08:32 AM   #1
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Hey everyone. In the market to buy a Boxster soon to heavily mod. This is kind of a weird first post but I've already done a search and can't find anything on it. Anyways, I was wondering if someone makes a quad exhaust for the Boxter with a new rear bumper and valence to fit it. Here is a photoshop of what I'm looking for (sorry for the horrible Pchop )

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Hey everyone. In the market to buy a Boxster soon to heavily mod. This is kind of a weird first post but I've already done a search and can't find anything on it. Anyways, I was wondering if someone makes a quad exhaust for the Boxter with a new rear bumper and valence to fit it. Here is a photoshop of what I'm looking for (sorry for the horrible Pchop )

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Someone on ebay was selling a "GT-conversion" of a boxster... didn't have quad tips, only two though. I'm curious - why the fascination with the quads?
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Old 11-17-2007, 09:15 AM   #3
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I'm curious - why the fascination with the quads?
I don't know why...It has always just looked very aggressive to me I guess. Of course, I would want it to have some performance gains, but it's mostly the look. I was thinking maybe there is not enough room underneath is why I'm not finding any quads???
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It would probably be a complete custom job. I have never seen any exhaust or bumper like that. But it may not be to hard with some fiberglass and a torch welder.
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Yea, I like that setup. What rear bumper is that or is it custom made?
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I think that is from Albert.
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shouldn't be hard, take a 996 bumper, cut the bottom off both the stock bumper and the 996 bumper, and mate them together.
then just have to route the pipes and tips.

cant be hard, but will cost $

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I think that is from Albert.
I did a search for "Porsche Albert rear bumpers" on google and didn't come up with anything??? Who sells them?

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