Porsche 997 Exhaust
SharkWerks 997.2 Exhaust (Carrera / S / 4 / 4S / GTS)
The brand new SharkWerks 997S muffler bypass system has been systematically created, tested and proven on our very own 2009 997S PDK vehicle through the first couple of months of ownership. Whilst we were excited your can purchase and drive the brand new generation of 997 one of several places we felt required even more interest ended up being the exhaust note. In stock kind the sound was acutely quiet inside and out. The goal with your center fatigue replacement was to achieve a PSE-like stylish Porsche noise that we all understand and love and yet keep factory fitment and be 50-state emissions legal.
** this method will simply fit 2009 / 2010 / 2011 / 2012 and newer Carrera / Carrera S models. It's also suitable for the PSE (Porsche Sport Exhaust) equipped vehicles and consistently use the activity key.
Designed in-house and manufactured in Northern California the muffler bypass uses high-grade 18 gauge T304 tungsten inert gas welded stainless. The guts replacement improves upon the factory unit by reducing the sharp and tight left/right u-bends and only a straighter flow for a real world 12HP and 14TQ gain (see dyno plot below). Keeping the side mufflers preserves an appropriate sound level for everyday driving (especially in a PDK vehicle which will be at the mercy of droning). There's absolutely no additional drone or resonance. If you ever want a far more aggressive noise it is possible to combine our bypass with aftermarket mufflers designed for the factory center part (example. Cargraphic).
SharkWerks 997.2 Exhaust Shot
Inventory Exhaust Cut-away: Showing Restrictive U-bends:
Video showing Shark Werks Exhaust paired with with PSE (Porsche recreation Exhaust) alternative:
Note: A small percentage of proprietors have stated that there was a small vibration at idle rate in Drive (PDK models just), when the brake pedal is depressed at an end. It has been reported along with aftermarket exhaust methods. This can be fixed with a software tuning update. It's considered typical and won't hurt the vehicle.
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