Capristo presents a high-quality valve exhaust system for the Cupra Ateca (12/2018)
Since the quality decides with Capristo, this exhaust system is manufactured from heat-resistant 1,4828 high-grade steel. This high-quality material gives the Capristo system a long service life. The exhaust systems are manufactured exclusively by hand in a WIG welding process. The systems are then polished to a high gloss. A quality control completes the manufacturing process.
Matching the visual and technical requirements, you can give your Cupra Ateca a priceless acoustic sound with this valve exhaust system.
As owner of a Capristo flap exhaust system you can permanently experience a phenomenal sound. Convince yourself! Convince yourself!
We expressly point out that this system is without German approval. The operation of this system on public roads is not permitted in Germany and partly also in other countries. Please be sure to observe the legal regulations in the respective country.
|FOR RACING PURPOSES ONLY|
|02CU 118 03 001||Exhaust system up to OEM separation point incl. Carbon tailpipes, these consist of
made of a stainless steel inner tube and a colored anodized
Aluminium tube (black, silver, red*) and a carbon outer tube.
|02CU 118 03 005||Exhaust system up to OEM separation point incl. polished oval tailpipes||3.990,00 Euro|
*ATTENTION If the temperature is too high, the colour of the anodised aluminium tube can change.
*The use of sports catalytic converters, replacement pipes and manual flap controls (EVCU-1, E2P, E2E), is not permitted on public roads in Germany and in some other countries. Please be sure to observe the legal regulations in the respective country. Sports exhaust systems that are not approved for use on public roads are intended exclusively for racing purposes and may be used on private racetracks. Use on public roads is at your own risk. Before installing the exhaust system, the buyer must ensure that the system can be used in the respective country.
We expressly point out that it should be avoided to give gas bumps while stationary, since large jet flames could come out. These jet flames could cause damage to vehicles and persons in the immediate vicinity.