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  • Present cars
    2001 911 C2
    2013 Cayenne S
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    2018 Cayenne Turbo
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    2011 Cayenne

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  1. Yes I understand that it's the rigid portion, I was just referring it as a line. I did the installation myself.
  2. Yes, I was just hoping that LN Engineering may have come up with a different line to clear larger bars. I hate to purchase a sway bar set and find out I have clearance issues. Thanks for the response. skipd1
  3. I have a 2001 996C2 that I have installed the LN Engineering IMS Solution. This upgrade provides a direct oil feed to the new IMS bearing similar to the Mezgar engines. I recently upgraded my suspension to H&R Street performance coil overs and I am extremely pleased with the upgrade. I also would like to upgrade my sway bars, however LN Engineering warns that a larger sway bar my interfere with the hard oil feed line that is in close proximity to the rear sway bar. My question is if anyone knows of a work around or if there has been a upgrade to this line that would allow me to install a l
  4. I have a 2001 996 C2 than needs the shocks replaced. I have done quite a lot of research trying to decide which is the best way to go. I would like to lower the car about an inch but I am not sure the best method to accomplish this. My budget is about $1800 so some of the better coil overs are out of my price range. I have looked at the HR street performance coil overs, but not sure as they are on the lower end of the price range if they are good enough. I like the Bilstein shocks and would like to incorporate them into my decision. Option 1 would be to just replace the shocks with Bilstein B4
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