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About seabass

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    2008 Cayenne Turbo
  1. Looks pretty crappy to me. I had the stock screens removed when I bought the car and replaced with aftermarket so the picture of them is out of the car. However as you can see from the attached picture there is no gap between the monitors and the headrests.
  2. Try this site in the first post there is a PDF. I was looking around at different tire sizes, and this was one of the best resources for possible sizes people have tried. Not CTT but close ;) http://www.clubtouareg.com/forums/f44/maximum-tyre-sizes-t1-and-t2-45129.html
  3. My CTT came with the factory 21" GTS rims and winter tires. When I started the hunt for summer tires, for a 21 inch rim I only found true summer tires. The tire shop mentioned that summer tire start to harden and lose performance at about 9 deg Celsius, by contrast winter tires are good up to 15 deg C. Quite frankly here in Canada it could be a low of 9 deg C any day of the year. Since I have seen snow in the mountains the summer months, I did not like the idea of the CTT be hobbled by a tire that could not handle the changing weather when we are out touring around. The solution I found
  4. I just finished installing a Prodigy Brake Controller today on a 2008 Cayenne. I found a couple of write ups that were helpful but not completely clear. First off if you have a Trailing Hitch installed on your Cayenne you also have a factory trailer wiring harness for a 7 pin connector. By the hitch, there is a blank plastic piece that needs to be removed and replaced with a 7 pin connector. You can get this connector from your Porsche Parts department, Part PNA-955-118-93,it was $30 CND so it will be like $2 in the US. Now if you don't want a brake controller just buy a 7pin to 4 pi
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