Porsche 997.2TT Exhaust Solutions by AWE Tuning

AWE Tuning is no stranger to developing some of the most powerful exhaust systems in the world. The company has taken great lengths in maintaining its reputation through countless hours of developing, prototyping, and track testing their new products.

And after all that hard work and painstaking labor, AWE Tuning has just announced their latest line of Exhaust Solutions that is being prepped for setting the standard in exhaust systems all over the world.

By testing it on their Porsche 997 .2TT, AWE Tuning was able to fully develop a number of new products, including a High Flow Cat Sections for the OE Muffler, Cat Delete Pipes for the OE Muffler, a Full Exhaust System reusing the OE Tips, and a Full Exhaust System with AWE Tuning RSR Style Tips.

All these different variations were made using premium quality stainless steel construction and dyno proven power gains. Already being described as “glorious, exotic, and rich” AWE’s new exhaust system is already boasting of performance gains to the tune of an additional 23 horsepower and 22 lb/ft of torque using optional RSR style exhaust tips. The system also shaves off 12 pounds off of the car’s overall weight while providing just the right amount of burbles and pops on the car’s deceleration.

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Source: AWE Tuning

All told, AWE’s new exhaust system is already available for purchase and installation. The price tag for these systems consist of $1,995 for the High Flow Cat Sections for the OE Muffler, $595 for the Cat Delete Pipes for the OE Muffler, $4,395 for the 2.5” tailpipe version of the Full System, which include cats, mufflers, re-use stock tips, and $4,795 for the 3.0” tailpipe version of the Full System.


7 comments:

Yes, I agree with you. However, the good thing about the specs here in this
tuning company is that it comes in cheaper price! BTW, additional 23 hp because of the exhaust
is quite impressive.

Well, to tell honestly, this is definitely not the best tuning company that I have known. 23 additional horsepower is not the maximum boost power for a sporstcars. I have heard of almost 100 hp.

@topspeed:The 5.0 Mustang comparison was really a surprise, and this one really enlightened me about the 993 Porsche. Always thought it was a great looking car, and the 996 definitely lost something in the translation that was evident even in its more slab-sided styling. This was a great perspective, even on a well maintained example of the old car. Keep it up!

Nice article but hold up: Wasn’t the 1998 911 (Type 993) the last version of the air-cooled 911? The 1998 air-cooled Turbo one of my all-time favorites.

The system also shaves off 12 pounds off of the cars overall weight while providing just the right amount of burbles and pops on the cars deceleration. amazing does it?

It was not twitchy or hard to drive, yet it had terrific power delivery. This is a car that could be tracked on Saturday and still drive to work on Monday.

what a heck, sound very menacing, one-piece design that eliminates labor-intensive pipe bending, welding, and cutting; Engineered to provide excellent exhaust performance, I’m really impressed with it.

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