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The Reenlist site likes the royal purple synchromax. I hear good things about the shifting quality. I am going to try it as I could use some more equality in my shifting.....
CaptJim replied to CaptJim's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)Okay, I am not saying I was right or wrong. Where did the 955/957 designation come from if 9pa/9pa1 is correct?
Why on this Renntech site are we calling the Cayenne a 9PA or 9PA! and not the designation I thought was appropriate 955 and 957? I know this site has dedicated Porsche enthusiasts on it who believe the only real Porsche is a rear engine air cooled.... Is this a way not to include the Cayenne in the typical Porsche three number designation? Just curious, not serious, I assume there is a good reason. The rest of the world seams to use 955 and 957.
Look at that, its on the passenger side. I will crawl in from the other side and locate this, Thanks!
Someone did not install your windshield correctly, I would take it back...
Where is the fill plug, that is the problem, it is not obvious like most manual transmissions. Plus, no socket will fit up in there.
I have the same problem and just started a new thread. I searched and say no one responded.