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  • 2 months later...

Had the Cargraphic set (by H&R) on my Cayenne before trading it in for a Cayenne TT.

I really liked the way they felt. Very planted and reduced body roll quite a bit. I hate to admit, I actually like the way they feel better than the stock air suspension on the TT.

The only thing is that it gets a bit harsh when hitting bumps on the freeway (nearly knocked my wife out of her seat a few times).:oops:

It was my wife's car and she learned to bear with it...even with the 20" wheels.

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Not quite sure if they differ at all. The cargraphic rep said that they may be some slight tweeks to the cargraphic set since they were produced exclusively with cargraphic specs.

yup, they sure make the cayenne handle beautifully.

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  • 3 years later...

I have the H&R kit and 15mm spacers installed on a 2008 V6 for about a month now, and the car handles significantly better than before in turns. Apart from less body roll and a very planted feeling you can drift the car through turns nicely now :-)

Optically the kit is a big improvement as the wheel wells now align correctly with the tire outline.

Installation is more like $500,- with alignment and corner balancing.

H&R has a spring set that will lower your Cayenne about 1.3". Does anyone have any experience installing these or any comments on if they improved the handling? Is the ride any different? Tom
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