Cargraphic sport rear silencers have been developed and tested to the highest standard on the dyno. The silencers are designed as absorptive silencers which reduce exhaust back pressure drastically. The result is beside more power and torque a better response characteristic. Further evidence of improvements made, are recognised through an enhanced accoustic and weight reduction. Strenghtened brackets as well as the olive- and slide system ensure an exact adjustment, which guarantees a stressless installation.
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Cargraphic is well known for its aftermarket accessories for exclusive automobiles, especially its exhaust systems and performance parts for Porsche models. Cargraphic develops and manufactures a comprehensive lineup of products, which includes brake discs, engine upgrades, catalytic converters, manifolds, silencers with or without integrated flaps, Active Sound exhaust systems, three-piece wheels, aerodynamic components, and an AirLift front-axle lift system for lowered sports cars with limited ground clearance.
With approximately 70 percent of turnover, Cargraphic’s exhaust section including the new Active Sound systems is the company’s most significant product line. Following close behind its exhaust systems is Cargraphic’s own wheel series and Cargraphic performance upgrade components. Cargraphic products are sold all around the globe with a strong dealer network worldwide.
Cargraphic’s home base is located in Landau, in the southwest region of Germany near the French border. It is perfectly situated between Frankfurt, Mannheim, Karlsruhe, and Stuttgart. Just a short distance to the Autobahn, Landau combines small-town quality living with all the economic benefits of the four metropolitan areas aforementioned. The company’s headquarter facility in Landau contains a 900 square-meter stock, a 175 square-meter office split into six rooms, a 285 square-meter workshop, and a 175 square-meter modern sales area with a coffee bar.
With the company’s modern fully equipped workshop and specialized team of mechanics, Cargraphic offers customers the experience of first-class installation service and full maintenance. The workshop houses three new hydraulic ramps, a tire changer, and a balancing machine, as well as an OBD2 diagnosis for all Porsche, BMW, and Volkswagen Group models. New exhaust applications and suspension accessories are developed and engineered by Thomas Schnarr and assisted by Cargraphic’s head technician and design engineer. Prototype models are all test fitted, measured, and reworked in-house, if necessary.
The Cargraphic name has and always will stand for high-quality accessories for exclusive vehicles of all kinds, especially of the Porsche brand. Products are all made in Germany and guarantee first-class quality. Design, development, prototype construction, and manufacturing processes are conducted in-house with excellent attention to detail and stringent guidelines. Numerous Cargraphic products are TUEV-tested or have a German ABE.
Vivid Racing carries a comprehensive lineup of Cargraphic parts, including catbacks, catalytic converters, test pipes, exhaust tips, headers, mufflers, complete exhaust kits, and more! If you cannot find a particular item above or have fitment concerns, please contact our specialized sales team at (480) 966-3040. We are here to make the purchase process a pleasant and seamless experience for all of our customers.
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