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  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    bmw m3
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    cayenne turbo
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    G35, 545i, STi, GTi, WRX, RSX-S, 335i,
  1. Hi Chris: I got my first porsche too on the same day, got the same car as yours too. what are the odds. My is classic racing green, what color is yours? Greeting from Michigan
  2. I already have the 02 m3, thanks for the nice word about it. I have spotted a 04 turbo with 77k and 4 months of CPO left. however, to buy a third party extended warranty, the bill is 48xx. wondering whether i should go for it. about picking up girls, whatever you say makes me LOL. I wish that is true. plus, MSU is ranked the 4th among all the universities national wide for its craziness of party and of ladies.
  3. thanks, that is exactly what i would do. now here is the situation, the private seller has done an inspection on the turbo and found out there is couple leakage, one of which is the coolant leak, and will cause 10k+ to fix and a lift of the engine, according to the mechanic who inspect it. can anyone verify the story? I thought this coolant leakage is a common failure on some of the cayenne out there. and it cause 10k+ to fix?!?! If the coolant leak is caused by the well-documented plastic coolant tubes failing, then the repair should cost less than $2,000 including all labor and par
  4. thanks, that is exactly what i would do. now here is the situation, the private seller has done an inspection on the turbo and found out there is couple leakage, one of which is the coolant leak, and will cause 10k+ to fix and a lift of the engine, according to the mechanic who inspect it. can anyone verify the story? I thought this coolant leakage is a common failure on some of the cayenne out there. and it cause 10k+ to fix?!?!
  5. thanks for the info. what is PPI? i guess this is a nooby question for sure. well, i dont really need lots of power in the snow, i guess its the turbo, that actual word, gets me excited. its a car i will drive for two years and probably ship back to Canada or whatever, not too sure on that yet. i was think if i buy the turbo,i would at least get a 2 years 24,000 mile extended warranty for sure. which quoted by the dealer at 2200 dollors, which is not that bad. 08-s are running at at least 40+k, which is out of my price range already. yes, your winter tire thing got my thinking, maybe i
  6. this is what excitement brings you. you are lucky because you can find one in your neighborhood, in east lansing, michigan, i have only spotted one cayenne on the road. and the local dealer does not have any used cayenne.
  7. hi all: i am new to this site and i need some help. please offer what you think. little bit background of me, international student studying MBA at Michigan State University. I bought a 02 BMW m3 the second day i arrived. love the car, love the convertible. however, winter here is as bad as hell, based on what i heard from second year and locals. even though my m3 has a hard top and a set of winter tire, i am seriously thinking buying a large SUV, (one of my friends is 280+ lbs). Cayenne is the first car on my list. right now i am looking at either a 06 cayenne-s, with 30-40k miles and
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