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  1. First of all, I'd like to thank M A $ E :) for replying before I had the chance to see what PTEC :angry: said about me. I don't make it a habit of me to look for other people's mistakes in typing or other matters, but don't you think when someone criticizes the way I type he should type perfectly. Then why the hell did he write "If you're dealer saw any oil leaks ..." when he clearly meant "If your dealer saw any oil leaks ..." Those who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones at others. That's for the typing comment. For the financial comment, who died and made him the head of the treasury department. By the way we have 2 Cayenne TT, one for me and the other belongs to my brother, and they are still under warranty since they are 2005 and we are still in 2004, so if the dealer fixes them or not I'm not paying a penny. Just to let you know we are considered the poor ones in my family because my cousin has 2004 Lamborghini Murcielago. No heart feelings man but you made me get off the main topic which was the question about the oil problem. As you know I registered in this forum to get an answer about my oil problem but to make conversation I shared some stories that happened with me about racing. If this bothered anybody in the group I'm sorry to say I don't care. At the end I agree with M A $ E :) when he said "we're all here for our love of cars! let's keep everything cool... :thumbup: "
  2. thanks guys 4 ur responds sorry for the delay I will take ur suggestions and get 2nd opinion on the car and actually I noticed that oil was decreased at about 1800 km which is equivelant to 1120 miles but this still doesn't seem normal. by the way I drive like a maniac :king: and when I see a muscle car on the road I like to race him and see if I can make him pitty his car :drive: the cars that saw my dust :thumbup: 1) ferrari 360 spider (if we race from stand he can take but if we started from 60-80 the turbo kicks his *** man) 2) porsche 911 normal with no special kit (kicked his ***) 3) jaguar xk8 (no problem) 4) z28 also no problem the cars that made me weep :oops: 1) porsche 911 gt2 (I don't know what happened to mind because I thought I could have a tie with it or at least I could be right behind him maybe because that on the same day I've beaten the normal 911 ahhhhhhh it was a yellow one, 911 gt2, I saw him next to me while stopping at a red light. first I gave him the go ahead sign but he laughed and turned his face the other way then I stepped on the gas pedle couple of times to get his attention. he wanted to know what kind of cayenne I had so he took a look at my rims and saw the shiny red brakes and then he gave the I don't care look, s when the light turned green and as I was about to let him eat my dust he was 100 meters ahead of me :eek: . after I asked around about the guy it turned out that he had stage one in his car and which is about an 800 horse power :notworthy: . it was a great car to be beaten by. that's enough misery for now) at last thank you all for your big help and fast respond :beer: I will put the picture of my car, sorry I have one picture, I took it in the dealer when they were adding a roof trail to it. sorry my reply is running long but when I write my fingers can't stop One last question is it worth to upgrade the engine to 500 hp it costs here 9000$ for only 50 more hp thanx all and catch you later.
  3. I have a problem and I need your opinion :unsure: 2 months ago I got my new cayenne TT 2005 it was awesome no car can match it :cheers: i have bmw 540i 2001 Noooo match cayenne TT is the best I love it But one thing kept bugging me :cursing: that is the oil light turned on every 1000-1500 and I had to take it to the dealer to add some oil to the engine and the dealer told me that was a normal thing to happen and it will keep happening till I reach 10000-12000 Km I want to know if this is something I should worry about or is it something normal what do you think guys <_<
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