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About simong0201

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  • Porsche Club
  • Present cars
    Porsche cayenne 4.5s Lumma
  • Future cars
    911 GT3
  • Former cars
    924, 924s, 924 Turbo, 944 lux, 944, 944 Turbo
  1. I recently bought a Cayenne Lumma wide body 4.5s and guess what? It's developed that knocking noise we all talk about. Porsche suguest another engine. That sounds a bout right. 12000 car needing a 10000 engine replacement. Not sure I will get my money back on this one haha. I have just had major service and he said it was crack in cylinder. The ticking I can cope with but it looses power quite alot when warm. I was hoping there would be some kind of filler you could pump into system like on radiators. That goes to show my mechanical capabilities. The other noise is a knocking down at the right
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