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  1. Nice. Those tires look really aggressive. How's their noise on pavement? My Cayenne only has Conti all-season tires that I got from 4wheelonline. So far, I have no complaints with them.
  2. I also have a ctek that works great. Bought it on ebay.
  3. Heard good things about the MPSS. I currently have the Bridgestone Potenza. Bought these tires because 4wheelonline gave me a good price. These tires are good in the dry and warmer weather, although their grip on wet road is not too remarkable. Overall, I'm happy my with Potenza.
  4. Car seat

    I'm no expert on baby seats, but I suggest that you go to car-seat.org. Lots of info there.
  5.   This is the support topic for the DIY tutorial Cayenne 2013 door handle replacement. Please post here if you have any questions or feedback.  
  6. Finally found the instructions on how to do this and thought I would share, it was really easy once I got the diagrams and instructions. Cayenne 2013 door handle rplacement.pdf
  7. Thanks for sharing. I think this one should be posted on the Tutorial sections.
  8. You can post it on the classified section of this forum, craigslist and other online classified ads.
  9. I've heard good things about Naples Eurosport and Prototech. Try to search online for reviews regarding these shops.
  10. I just replaced the gasket on my car. It's a bit PITA, but good thing my friend helped me.
  11. You can find some Youtube vids that can give you idea about the sound of remus. To me, this exhaust provides deeper, throatier sound.
  12. The HPS pads get my vote. Low dust and superb stopping power.
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