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  • High-flowing performance mufflers replace the factory exhaust system for throaty sports car sound with daily-drivability; Optional Deluxe Oval Tips
  • High-flowing performance mufflers replace the factory exhaust system for throaty sports car sound with daily-drivability; Optional Deluxe Oval Tips
  • Fabspeed's Maxflo Performance Exhaust System installed on a 993 Carrera.  (Pictured with Fabspeed's Catbypass X-Pipe and Sport Headers.)
  • Fabspeed's Maxflo Performance Exhaust System installed on a 993 Carrera.  (Pictured with Fabspeed's Catbypass X-Pipe and Sport Headers.)
  • Stylish tip options to compliment the Maxflo Exhaust. A direct bolt-on upgrade to the factory tips.
  • Black ceramic coating. (Narrow body version pictured)
  • Brushed stainless steel finish. (Narrow body version pictured)
  • Polished chrome finish/ (Narrow body version pictured)
  • Black ceramic coated tips installed
  • Polished tips installed

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Porsche 993 Carrera Maxflo Performance Exhaust System

$1,395.00

Other Details

HP (whp):
+14

TQ (ft/lbs):
TBA

WT (lbs):
-15


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  1. 993 Maxflo with X-pipes cat/decat. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Dec 2017

    Beautifully made a real work of art, pity they are hidden. Easy to fit with great sound and performance. Not too loud and the cat/decat swap is quick and easy for emissions testing on to quieten things down a bit. I have used 4 previous well known systems this is the best by far.


  2. 993 Maxflo 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Mar 2014

    These sound amazing and look amazing. Perfect.
    No resonace at all and a wonderful sound at about 110KMPH too. Not drony, but really throaty.


  3. 993 Carrera Maxflo Mufflers 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Mar 2014

    I just installed a maxflow muffler I bought from you guys a while back on a 1997 black cabrio 993 Porsche, you guys ought to hear it rumble. Better than Pavorotti or Madonna on their good days. It was a cinch to install, the 4” ellipse tail pieces set it off from all the rest of the 911’s ya see on the road! You guys would not believe how many people walk up to me when I am idling getting gasoline or how many roll their windows down at a stop light. If designing and building a throaty, hip, economical exhaust for a 911 were a crime, you guys would be on death row.
    Thanx a lot



Product Description

The Maxflo design incorporates a high-flowing and boundless path for the exhaust gases to travel versus the more restrictive and subdued factory muffler, resulting in a more throaty sports car sound while still maintaining daily driveability by possessing various sound deadening characteristics with an outcome that encompasses a refined and intoxicating sound. And to complete this hardware upgrade, our optional Deluxe Oval Style Tips are the perfect compliment to this exhaust to further enhance your vehicles look and style.

Our precision-engineered exhaust system for the Porsche 993 Carrera will open up the engine’s airflow in order to increase performance where it counts. The high-quality T304L stainless steel upgrade will reduce the weight of the rear end by 15 pounds compared to the OEM system. This aftermarket performance exhaust is one of the easiest ways to see serious improvements, with a boost of 14 horsepower coming from the upgrade. 

FEATURES:

  • Fits all Porsche 993 Carrera vehicles (1994-1998)
  • Reuse your factory OEM tips or upgrade to Fabspeed Deluxe Oval Style Tips in your choice of finish
  • Adds +14 whp and a throaty sports car sound without being too loud for every day driving
  • Constructed from durable high-quality 14-16ga T304L stainless steel
  • Saves 15lbs vs the factory exhaust system
  • Simple DIY installation; No cutting or welding required

WARRANTY: All Fabspeed performance products are backed by the Fabspeed Lifetime Warranty

DISCLAIMER: The original factory ball-joint clamps must be re-used when installing Fabspeed exhaust products on all 993 Carrera vehicles.

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