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CayenneATL

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About CayenneATL

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  • Birthday 10/04/1964

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    Atlanta
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  • Present cars
    2001 Porsche 911 C2 Cabriolet
  • Former cars
    1999 Boxster, 2004 Cayenne S
  1. I had the same problem with my 2001 C2 Cabriolet and I used the JB Weld putty to fix it. Basically, I placed about 2X's too much putty on the broken visor, then I used my Dremel tool to fabricate/sand the putty to mirror the visor shape and lastly I drilled a hole in the repaired putty after measuring the other side of the visor for proper fitment. Once that was completed I painted the putty to match the visor "Dull Black" and it became a perfect fit. Easy and free to repair. That was 8 months ago and it is still holding tight! I hope that helps!
  2. Not sure if you saw this in the DIY section. Give it a try as long as there are not any "creases" in the metal.
  3. Beck's European! Look them up @ www.beckseuropean.com Probably one of the best shops in the country and right in your backyard.
  4. The company that corrected the error codes for this upgrade "Stahl Motorsports" out of W Palm Beach mentioned that they used the "Autologic" system...website http://www.autologic-diagnostics.com/pages/homeproducts and that any shop with this system could do the same. Stahl also mentioned that they would be glad to walk a shop through the process (maybe a small fee) so that they could do the upgrade. I am considering it in ATL at this time now and I called Autologic to find a shop with their system. Very nice and helpful people.
  5. My instrument cluster digital light system is fading as mentioned on previous posts by some other cayenne owners. I would like to know if an 08 GTS instrument cluster is compatible? Some have stated that the Turbo instrument cluster is as well. I appreciate any feedback. thanks, Ken
  6. My Porsche service Tech mentioned that although the OEM pads create a huge amount of brake dust, the ceramic pads are of concern because of the noise they produce. I might add that my mechanic is not working for a stealership but does have over 25 years of experience with Porsche. What are some of your comments for Cayenne users with ceramic brakes?
  7. yes, what size pads for an 04 cayenne S which i do not see the 17ZR or 18ZR description?

  8. welcome to the forum, ATL! What are you trying to do with your calipers? Buying pads?

    Tim in Ft Worth (Ignited)

  9. I pulled the rear wheel today to see whether I had a 17ZR or 18ZR caliper and I did not see either of these markings. Instead I found that the Caliper is Brembo with 4A1313 stamped where the 17ZR or 18ZR should be located. Can someone help me? They seem to be original as the Porsche logo is on the front of the caliper.
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