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  1. I don't know anything about the "hack" you are talking about, but I got the Cargraphic Lowering Module installed. I now have 10 modes to choose from(5 stock 5 Cargraphic) and the Cargraphic ones are all 40mm lower than stock. Also the 3 suspension dampening modes are all firmer by about 25% when in Cargraphic mode. This is Cargraphic loading level: Here is the toggle switch between stock and Cargraphic modes: The Black Turbo Cayenne is in stock low mode and my Ti Turbo Cayenne is in Cargraphic low mode. More pics here: http://www.jlosee.com/images/porsche/cayen...ered/index.
  2. http://www.6speedonline.com/forums/showthr...&threadid=15011
  3. I installed it last Friday. I think it came out perfect! Looks great, I love it. Looks OEM and the silver goes with the Ti paint perfect. Thanks Mark and Bob!
  4. ebaker does what your wrote apply to the 4WD system in a Cayenne as well? Peterhoyce you can dyno a 4WD car on a 4WD dyno. Audis, Subarus, Mits Evos ETC can all be dynoed on a 4WD dyno, so I don't understand why the 911 all wheel drive can't....
  5. Isn't his question how to dyno his car not how accurate dynos are?
  6. Every automatic car has a "built in torque converter." That said, plenty of automatic cars go on the dyno, so I doubt that is your problem. I'm not familar with cars without PSM, but do you have a traction control switch that you can defeat? This is most likely what you need to do. Then the computer won't care bout the rears spinning more than the fronts and you can do your dyno. It is something to do with the engine computer or traction control, not the automatic transmission.
  7. Based on pics of Dons car he has '99 style headlights. I have a 2003, so I am guessing the two are quite different. Can anyone tell me anything about the eyebrows or other necessary parts? I'd like to have all of the parts ahead of time for the body shop.
  8. Hey L. Would you suggest adding teh 3rd rad? I noticed you did it, so I am guessing for $500 it is worth it? I talked with Don, but doesn't he have an older style front end than I do?
  9. I searched here and found nothing. I asked around on 6speedonline.com, but I can't get clear answers. I am getting a Turbo bumper from a 2002 TT. It includes the 3 grills, and the lower lip spoiler. Before it is painted, they are blending in the bumper holes for the front plate. I don't think this is something I can install myself, but if it is, I would be interesting in reading a step by step how to. I have read that I need to have a body shop trim the metal bumper in front, or paint it back. Which is it? I read that some needed turbo brake ducts and others couldn't get them to fit, s
  10. Loren which pollen filter do you suggest? Mdillian3690 I usually buy mine rom Suncoast: http://e-partssales.com/Merchant2/merchant...egory_Code=POMI
  11. They are the PES GP7 Forged Wheel Only available for widebody right now, but narrow body and cayenne is in the works. Their website is down at the moment, so used this cached google url: Pes Tuning Cached
  12. Thanks LVDell! By partical filter do they mean the pollen filter? Does that really need changing at 15,000 miles?
  13. I'm at 9500 miles, figuring I reach the 15,000 service before I park my 996 in the garage the car for the duration of winter. I looked at the DIY checklist and the only things that really seem to be needed are oil/oil filter change(did that at 6,000 miles so I'm familiar with it) and the particle filter replacement(pollen filter?) I know the air intake filter isn't changed till 30,000. I plan to have the dealer do the 30,000 service as it include spark plugs, something I don't feel like doing myself. Is there any harm in not doing the overpriced 15,000 service with my dealer? I track and
  14. Here is a link to my pics as promised: http://www.jlosee.com/images/Porsche/trackready/index.html Here are a few: No pics of the X74 yet. I will post when I get her outside by my beach! ;)
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