Evolution Race exhaust system Porsche 997 GT2 & RS
The Porsche 997 GT2 exhibits Porsche’s most advanced technology, which is demonstrated in its ceramic composite brakes, maximum engine power with twin turbines and variable turbine geometry, but mainly, in its uncompromising lightweight components. The 997 GT2 is the first Porsche and also the first serial production car to be originally equipped with a titanium exhaust system.
Evolution Race Exhaust System Performance
Because of comfort, durability and strict noise requirements regarding the exhaust system, some kind of compromise had to be made. This was reason enough for us to develop a real sport-exhaust version for this supercar. Our requirements were very simple: a lighter, more powerful and better sounding exhaust system. Two high-flow 100 cpsi metallic cats, larger tube diameters, measuring 60 mm and reduced the power-consuming backpressure. This resulted in a power increase of 40.7bhp, a torque increase of 73.6 Nm and weight savings of 5.4 kg compared to the stock system.
- Titanium header set
- Titanium link pipes with integrated 100 cpsi catalysts
- Titanium central muffler
- Titanium tail pipes
Essential data (100 cpsi cat version)
- Additional 40.7bhp (at 4080 rpm)
- Additional 73.6 Nm (at 4020 rpm)
- Drops 5.4 kg on original system weight