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Has anyone figured out the root cause of this failure?
I dont think its a drive shaft issue as they feel more like a thumping sound. It could be a bearing does it have a grinding or crunching sound it it?
If you are still open for recomendations check out tires-easy.com they have the best selection of the 275/45R19 tires I have found all over the internet their prices are also better.
gh0stman replied to GlenC's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)Try tires-easy.com they have a good selection of tires in all sizes.
Makes me wonder if you have a CS cluster in your turbo...Is it showing actual mileage?
Try using a "agressive" buffing compound to where it will be strong enough for the dirt but not the paint. I am interested to see a picture of the so called dirt paint. You werent driving through the woods next to a paint factory were you :drive:
Its a shame that they dont send checks out to folks that can prove that they either have had the work done, or will be needing it done. I called my local dealer and they told me that parts alone will run 902.09. Evidently there is an "update", as they put it, that needs to happen that they were very secretive about. You would think that if they still wanted to make cars/money, they would treat the folks that bought the "vehicle that saved porsche" from the can a tad better.
gh0stman replied to Cayenne17's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)Not to bring dinosaurs back from the dead, but could you elaborate on your cayenne? I am interested in this chip you speak of that will take a V6 from 247hp to as you put it 535hp.