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Old 10-17-2017, 06:18 PM
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Cargraphic lowering module

Anyone have experience with the Cargraphic lowering module? How is install? Any negative effects with Tire wear?

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The folks over in the Macan forum seem to like it. As far as install it looks like plug and play.
Not sure about tire wear, but would assume it's only used when the car is parked? so in loading mode or lower?
looks like the controller (7) is in the rear truck compartment.


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Total garbage on the ctt!!! Maybe they work better on the macan?

I tried it. Never could adjust level front to back. Also rode like crap. Finally it would auto raise above 40 mph, but was supposed to relower automatically when speeds were reduced. Never happened on my application. Always stayrd in high mode once raised lol. Crap.

Cargraphic also had the worst ever customer service. Never replied to emails or calls...EVER! They stiffed me and didn't back their faulty product, sad.

I tried a second time with Techart. More expensive and you need a good dealer to install due to coding. Rides a little stiffer but we'll worth it and the auto lowering when parking is great.

p.s. Do not try lowering links! They are the worst.

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I agree on Cargraphic customer service = not good. Will not reply to a very simple email question.
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I hear nightmares about the Cartographic, which is the same unit as H&R. Pass on both of those as well as those crappy lowering links.

If you absolutely need to lower your Cayenne, I think that the Teacart is your only option.

I was in this boat then just came to the realization that my car will ride at stock height for it's entire life.

I've got 2 other lowered cars so I'm ok with that
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Why not lower it with the Durametric method where you retrain the system what the different levels, are, just doing it lower?
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Durametric does not interface with t he 958 for ride height recalibration.
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I've had lowering links on both my 2013 CTT and 2015 CTT and never had an issues. Not sure why all the negativity against them but I don't think you can beat $200 and 30 mins max of time to install. Only thing negative for me was trying to make sure all 4 links were the same length to get the height equal but once all the measurements were down I never had to touch them again.

Also had lowering modules on other airmatic vehicles and nothing negative to say about them other than I wasn't comfortable installing them myself.
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