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Looking to get a new tailpipe. Is there any advantage/disadvantage over getting the one in the link over the oem T design

 

https://www.cargraphic.de/en/your-vehicle/for-porsche/for-cayman/for-9872/for-29l/exhaust-system-and-components/sport-tailpipes-for-porsche-9872-cayman-29l/perp87er35rx/

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Can't comment on the X-Pipe specifically, but I had the OEM sport tailpipes fitted by Gert when he installed the Carnewal GT Exhaust, and the blurb states that the "TT" design results in a better flow and slightly more sound due to the enlarged diameter.

 

http://www.carnewal.com/products/987/p87012/Tail-Pipe-Sport

 

 

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  • 3 weeks later...

I was going to get the Cargraphic tail pipes on my R but was advised by the garage (a Cargraphic dealer) that the quality of the chrome was not that great, so I went for the black Techart ones instead and sold the originals via this site.

Techart Tips.jpg

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1 hour ago, iSPY said:

Satin black works well, shows dirt and stains less 👍

 

Great :) I have Cayman R mufflers on my S so potentially a different tone with the x-pipe on the fab :) 

 

Its being ordered and fitted next week along with a detailing and ceramic coat to wheels, paint with callipers being resprayed as previous owner must have put some chemical on as they bubbled 

 

 

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