718 Gt4 exhaust options

718 Gt4 exhaust options

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Porsche911R

21,146 posts

229 months

Sunday 26th April 2020
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Ice is over for fun new cars , buy a pre PPF car imo and keep it.
New cars will just get dire restrictions and any one messing will get fined and not pass MOT and righty so.

Mad Scientist

472 posts

43 months

Monday 27th April 2020
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Porsche911R said:
Ice is over for fun new cars , buy a pre PPF car imo and keep it.
New cars will just get dire restrictions and any one messing will get fined and not pass MOT and righty so.
I agree with this in the most part, but remember when people started messing with CATs?

At a high level, bashing about in a car with the GPF removed is no worse for the environment than having a pre GPF car for the same purpose.

oo7ml

293 posts

69 months

Saturday 23rd May 2020
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Has anyone modified their GT4 / Spyder exhaust setup yet?

Here is another one which sounds promising - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlcK_Rnja94

TDT

2,816 posts

83 months

Saturday 23rd May 2020
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Check the other thread titled ‘ The 718 GT4/Spyder are here’

https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&...

Taffy66

4,410 posts

66 months

Saturday 23rd May 2020
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oo7ml said:
Has anyone modified their GT4 / Spyder exhaust setup yet?

Here is another one which sounds promising - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlcK_Rnja94
Sounds pretty good..They also make exhausts for the Porsche 991.2GT3 RS OPF...
Its a German family owned company who specializes in Motorsport components which should mean top quality..How come i haven't heard of them.?

RSVP911

7,812 posts

97 months

Saturday 23rd May 2020
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oo7ml said:
Has anyone modified their GT4 / Spyder exhaust setup yet?

Here is another one which sounds promising - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlcK_Rnja94
Yep - JCR - very please with it - a few comments on the thread TDT linked to smile

oo7ml

293 posts

69 months

Saturday 23rd May 2020
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TDT said:
Check the other thread titled ‘ The 718 GT4/Spyder are here’

https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&...
That thread has gone beyond busy and completely diluted... it's like a full GT4 / Spyder forum wrapped into one thread :-)

This thread is purely referring to exhaust options, and should not be added to that ever increasing holistic topic... lets keep them separate ;-)

RSVP911

7,812 posts

97 months

Saturday 23rd May 2020
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Bedlamater

157 posts

62 months

Monday 1st June 2020
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I'm going to give these guys a shout today. Titanium, UK based and a fair bit cheaper than JCR.

https://www.facebook.com/IWS-Developments-Ltd-6039...


Twinfan

7,517 posts

68 months

Monday 1st June 2020
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Interesting - very similar, if not identical, design to JCR. How much cheaper are they?

Mad Scientist

472 posts

43 months

Monday 1st June 2020
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Similar, but not identical

£3k

TDT

2,816 posts

83 months

Monday 1st June 2020
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JCR have announced their OPF delete pipes today.... these pipes completely replace the over the axle pipes that include the OPF filter, with titanium straight through pipes... currently in test in a number of regions to cover the various configurations of the car as shipped to meet regs, and also apparently without requiring any kind of remap.
Looks like they could be used on their own with the OEM back box, and of course in conjunction with the JCR titanium back box replacement pipes.

Twinfan

7,517 posts

68 months

Monday 1st June 2020
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Mad Scientist said:
Similar, but not identical

£3k
Cheers, that's a decent saving over JCR.

Bedlamater

157 posts

62 months

Tuesday 2nd June 2020
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I’m gonna go for the IWS system for more reasons than just the £1600 price difference!! Anthony from GAD who are the exclusive sales agents really knows his stuff, recommend dropping him a line, seems very honest and frank which is always handy when pretty much buying blind...

https://gadtuning.co.uk/


Phooey

10,655 posts

133 months

Tuesday 2nd June 2020
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RSVP911 said:
Sounds good mate!

Love the look and thought of the new Spyder. Out of interest do you prefer it to the 981 Spyder?

TDT

2,816 posts

83 months

Tuesday 2nd June 2020
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Phooey said:
RSVP911 said:
Sounds good mate!

Love the look and thought of the new Spyder. Out of interest do you prefer it to the 981 Spyder?
lol... what do you expect him to say..... wink

Phooey

10,655 posts

133 months

Tuesday 2nd June 2020
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TDT said:
lol... what do you expect him to say..... wink
Dunno, don’t pop in this forum much. Have I missed something biggrin

The Spyder (comfort - no buckets) is one of the very few modern Porsche’s I could happily own. Love em

Porsche911R

21,146 posts

229 months

Tuesday 2nd June 2020
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RSVP911

7,812 posts

97 months

Tuesday 2nd June 2020
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TDT said:
lol... what do you expect him to say..... wink
Lol indeed - Bit harsh I always try to be very balanced in my posts smile

981 Spyder - great car, very happily own one again - only issue I ever had was clutch weight as a daily - fine for a weekend toy. Good value compared to a 718.

781 - chassis and engine - a massive step up from the 981: a proper baby GT now.

OEM noise , a massive step back - however, with a JCR titanium silenced race pipe - this is more than fixed; I actually prefer the sound to the 981 as it’s more “real” - however, this mod pushes the value gap between the cars even further.

Bottom line, if you can, I’d highly recommended a 718 Spyder with a JCR - if not, the 981 will do very nicely.

Another clip of a GTSM 718 Spyder with JCR on the move smile



https://www.instagram.com/p/CAz6uAhFS0n/?igshid=3m...


Edited by RSVP911 on Tuesday 2nd June 20:37

Phooey

10,655 posts

133 months

Wednesday 3rd June 2020
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RSVP911 said:
Lol indeed - Bit harsh I always try to be very balanced in my posts smile

981 Spyder - great car, very happily own one again - only issue I ever had was clutch weight as a daily - fine for a weekend toy. Good value compared to a 718.

781 - chassis and engine - a massive step up from the 981: a proper baby GT now.

OEM noise , a massive step back - however, with a JCR titanium silenced race pipe - this is more than fixed; I actually prefer the sound to the 981 as it’s more “real” - however, this mod pushes the value gap between the cars even further.

Bottom line, if you can, I’d highly recommended a 718 Spyder with a JCR - if not, the 981 will do very nicely.

Another clip of a GTSM 718 Spyder with JCR on the move smile



https://www.instagram.com/p/CAz6uAhFS0n/?igshid=3m...


Edited by RSVP911 on Tuesday 2nd June 20:37
That sounds superb!

Cheers, I should of bought a Spyder instead of my old 981 GT4 biggrin

Do you still shop at Leciester OPC?