Aggressive track-designed exhaust system providing maximum flow and power. Recommended for really aggressive sporst car sound that is streetlegal but loud & Proud. This system is a lot lighter than the factory system and flows much better. Recommended primarily for DE and track use. Includes Deluxe Bolt-On Dual Style Tips.
The Supercup is significantly louder than our Maxflo Exhaust option, but if you're looking for a very aggressive exhaust note and you're not worried about waking up the neighbors, this is the system for you! If you want the best of both worlds, check out our TrackTec Valved Exhaust or our Valvetronic Exhaust, which will be slightly louder than the Supercup with the valves open and just as civilized as our Maxflo system with the valves closed
- Fits all Porsche 987.2 Boxster/Cayman, Cayman R, Spyder Vehicles worldwide. 2009-2012
Includes deluxe dual style tips in your choice of finish. Carbon fiber, stainless steel brushed or mirror polished stainless or coated.
Increases horsepower and torque by 13 whp and 10 ft-lbs. More at the crankshaft.
Saves 40 lbs from the rear of the vehicle compared to the full OEM exhaust system
Includes two 2.25” resonators to minimize weight and improve top-end performance.
Constructed from high quality 14-16ga CNC mandrel-bent T304 stainless steel for maximum performance and durability
Noticeable improvement in sports car sound and throttle response
Developed in conjunction with Professional Race teams and Porsche Club Racers worldwide.
Direct replacement for the OEM muffler with no cutting or welding required.
Innovation and Excellence from Fabspeed Motorsport USA.
All Fabspeed performance products are backed by the Fabspeed Lifetime Warranty
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Installation was a breeze - everything was the proper size, proper angle, proper everything. Bolted the new system on in no time. Perfect fit. This is one of the very few aftermarket automotive bits that I've ever experienced that was truly drop-in-perfect for fit. That never happens. The dreaded drone in the 2,000 thru 3,200 RPM range is... well... dreadful. But who are we kidding, this is a track car! The gurgling, burbling, and crackling is awesome. This Saturday is the first local DE, so I'll finally get to hear the exhaust driven in anger. Can't wait! I live in a no emissions testing county... I wonder if I can get away with the race headers and still pass state inspection. But then we have to flash the ECU, etc, etc, etc... Should probably save that for another day. Thanks again for taking care of me in time for the first track day of the season. I really do appreciate it.