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    Escalade Black 2003
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  1. Summer tires: I just put on Toyo Proxes S/T(20")...SWEET! The ride is way better than the Diamaris I replaced(not as harsh...same handling). Got 'em at onlinetires.com $690.00 delivered and had them balanced and mounted $125.00= $815.00 compared to Diamaris at $1525.00. I'll spend the $710.00 difference on something fun! The tires aren't N rated but they're extra duty and W speed rated. I don't drive faster than 159 mph :rolleyes: . Sweet looking, too.
  2. Buy an instrument cluster for Cayenne S on EBay...the rings are actually one piece that screws on...you can remove the black ring-piece from the V6 cluster and directly screw on the aluminum look ring-piece taken off the S instument cluster.
  3. Believe me...there is NO noticable performance improvement and, at least on the V-6, the pipe gives a tin-can rattley sound at high rev's that's somewhat embarrassing. Sounds like my '75 Vega when it rusted a hole in front of the muffler...not impressive at all! :(
  4. Yea... Don't hold your breath...I don't think that VF is really going to produce one. I tried to contact Nik again, too but to no avail. Too bad...huh? :(
  5. I had the same problem with their inferior product :censored: ...I used hanger strap to anchor the pipe away from the diff, since there are no mounts on their pipe, but the rattle remained. It's more of a resonance/leak problem that Joe and Fabspeed definately know about (I've spoken to him personally on several occasions) but lend a DEAF ear to. I would not recommend Fabspeed for anything...go with another good company for your bypass/exhaust needs.
  6. Awesome!!! You still had to have the cluster programmed by PS2T once you had it installed didn't you? I'm glad it worked :D
  7. Well...not really! I just replaced my steering wheel with the wood and everything was just fine when I reconnected the battery. Some settings may revert back to factory pre-set(audio bass, treble, etc.) but nothing that a dealer has to recode! The hard part is getting the air bag off if you've never done it before. In the back of the existing steering wheel there are access ports or holes near the base of each horizontal spoke. You can feel it on the back of the wheel hub if you turn the steering wheel 90 degrees so the spoke points up. To get the air bag off, leave your key in the ignition
  8. Porsche calls for use of a "plastic spatula" for prying off and removal of interior plastic trim pieces. I always wondered what the heck they were talking about and just tried not to mar stuff up when using a screw driver. Bojoinc.com offers some real nice sets of plastic non-marring pry tools designed for just this...and at less than $20 you can get a set of four tools that have proven invaluable to me during PSM install, pulling panels/clips to run wires, etc.. Check 'em out. Just wanted to tell you all :D
  9. The procedure is NOT the same... Here's correct procedure for the Cayenne Automatic Shift Knob... 1. Apply park brake 2. Shift selector to drive(car must be running) 3. Firmly pull shift knob off of shaft(do not press selector button on shift knob while doing this) 4. To re-attach knob...place a short flat head screw driver under button on shift knob to wedge it forward gently while push the knob/shaft back onto the selector rod. Push until it snaps to place. 5. test for proper function and shift back to park before releasing park brake. :clapping:
  10. Hey Everyone!! Just got off the phone with Nick who's the head of R&D at VF Engineering. Theyv'e finished work on developement of a supercharger for the V8 Cayenne and are offering it as a bolt on kit. Also...for the V6 Cayenne...they're looking for an owner of a V6 near the Anaheim area or anywhere in CA for that matter who's willing to let them use your Cayenne for a month to tweak the supercharger for it before releasing it as a kit. Nick said you'd get an awesome deal for the supercharger in your Cayenne and if you can stomach renting a car for a few weeks or if you have other w
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