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Love the sound of your factory rear exhaust on your Boxster / Cayman but want to change the style of your exhaust tips? Soul Performance Products has an easy to install solution to increase aesthetics and tone with a bolt-in X-pipe for the best possible flow with tips of your choosing. The cast X-pipe smooths exhaust pulses and lends to a more refined exhaust note.

+ Fits all 987 / 981 / 718 Porsche Boxster / Cayman vehicles with factory exhaust or Porsche Sport Exhaust / PSE (2005+)
+ Direct bolt on installation
+ Cast T304L stainless steel X-pipe
+ Variety of 3.5″ tip options



The factory Boxster / Cayman “T” tip section allows for exhaust gasses to crash into each other when coming out of the muffler before exiting the tips. This cost cutting method creates turbulence and hurts performance. By incorporating a smooth, cast X-pipe into the rear section this allows for a more efficient flow path from the exhaust gases. A small increase in gas mileage during cruising and more power when accelerating aggressively should be expected.


CONSTRUCTION: A cast T304L stainless steel x-pipe is used for a smooth inner wall and clean “X” section for maximum flow. Choose from a number of single wall stainless tips (slash cut or straight cut) or chrome double wall tips in a number of finishes to personalize your Porsche. Every order is rigorously quality-checked prior to shipping.


LIFETIME WARRANTY: Enjoy your Soul exhaust components with confidence on both the street and track as they are covered by our Lifetime Warranty! Our team will quickly work with you to resolve any questions or issues that you may have.




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Contact us any time with questions, customization requests, to order, or find your nearest SOUL dealer / installer
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 855-486-1400
IG: @soulperformanceproducts
 

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Hello,
What do you mean "options" are different between 718 and earlier generations?
We know the 718 exhaust diameter is larger than the 987 & 981 exhaust piping.
Please explain.
 
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