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    I also have a 72 T and was wondering about the Scart Sports exhaust. Would it require any modification to the MFI to run properly?

    https://www.pelicanparts.com/More_In...-2&SVSVSI=5863

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    Curious on the year of your SS Leistritz. Mine is a '73 date and doesn't look like it's double wrapped (4 layers at the seams)

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    Martin Scart is a genius. He gets paid what he is worth.

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    My SS Leistritz is a mid 80’s but a proper long hood piece. G

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    I have read about the Monty muffler. Supplied by Aase. Any recommendations or reservations ?? Cheaper than the SCART !!
    George Kehler in Tennessee

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    Any recommendations or reservations ??
    I think the first time I wrote something about it was on 12/2000... When I was still a guest on the board...

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...ffler-opinions

    Hope any of this old thread helps...

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    Thanks Mr. Miller !! Your words of wisdom are much appreciated!! The search continues ....
    George Kehler in Tennessee

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    The Porsche Classic muffler is definitely the most quiet , and sounds good , much like an original Leistritz . I have one on my car .

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    Thanks Richy, that sounds good to me. I'm probably going to put one on my car too. Does this affect MFI adjustment or can you freely swap similar mufflers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richy View Post
    The Porsche Classic muffler is definitely the most quiet , and sounds good , much like an original Leistritz . I have one on my car .
    I was told by a representative at Pelican that the Porsche Classic was manufactured by Dansk. He told me to save money and by the steel Dansk. I'm still a bit skeptical. I still plan on buying the Porsche Classic.
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