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  • Present cars
    2008 Cayenne GTS, E46M3
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    EP3 hatch
  1. OMGOMGOMG. My flex pipes were totally gone.. I had massive leaks on both sides. Had read through all options and went to my local guy. Cut off flex pipes and secondary cats. 2.5 inch stainless steel pipes with small flex pipe. Completely different beast. Price for parts and what dealer would charge is incomparable inked u can burn money without worry.
  2. Hi, I have a 2008 Cayenne GTS. Nice size rip/hole at end of flex pipe on passenger side. Been doing research into what to do next. I noted a few people ask for DIY instructions and also noted one of the Admins...Loren potentially being able to supply that? So I also would appreciate if you have any helpful hints, instructions. I will be taking it to my local muffler shop to see if can cut out section and reweld without having to remove entire cat pipe. Will keep updates. Thank you
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