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Hey. I started a thread regarding sell my mustang and buying a 997.2 turbo, I haven't gotten any feedback either. So i was thinking we should work together on this and mabey we get some results? Let me know you thoughts.
09turboS replied to 09turboS's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)I found this Web site and was thinking about secondary cats back? http://www.hhrproducts.com/porsche-cayenne-955-957-midpipe-with-x-pipe-crossover-2-5-or-3-diameter/ http://www.hhrproducts.com/porsche-cayenne-957-secondary-cat-bypass-in-2-5-or-3-diameter/ http://www.hhrproducts.com/porsche-cayenne-957-sr1-rear-exhaust/ Thought cold air intake would help also? http://www.hhrproducts.com/porsche-cayenne-955-cold-air-intake/ You think this will add hp? Do I need a tune? Thanks
Hello so I own a 2009 cayenne turbo s and I love it. I'm been think about selling my 500 hp fox mustang and buying a 911 turbo. Reasons for this are plenty. I can get about 20k for mustang and have 30k to add to the down payment. Looking at spending 100k total. This should get me a fairy low km turbo or possible turbo s. 1. I am 43 and can afford a real car. 2. Mustang is alot of work to drive and isn't even enjoyable anymore. 3. I love the idea of having 10 sec car I can daily drive. 4. I can still mod the porsche and add exhaust and tune and get another 100 hp? Mabey new turbos and injectors and add another 50hp? 6. I do all my own maintenance and work. 5. I want some 911 turbo fans feedback. Pro and cons, reliability. Turbo s or regular turbo? Auto vs manual? Under 50k car? Or does km matter? 7.convertible or coupe? Pro and cons? 8. Anything else you can think of I would like to know.
09turboS replied to 09turboS's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)Ok. I guess I'm suppose to put it in sport mode and 1st gear and I will get those times? I know it's a heavy car. Time for some mods in that quest for more speed.
Hello. I'm new here. Just bought a 2009 cayenne turbo s with 50k miles. I wanna do some exhaust mods what do you recommend? there are no emissions tests required where I live. Car feels kinda slow, I mean it's ok fast but I actually expected less than 5 sec 0-60. Thanks.