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Bumpers/spoilers to convert my cayenne -08 V6 to a TURBO?


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Hi Guys,

I have a Cayenne V6 -08 and I would like to put the bumper/spoiler from the Turbo -08 on it, both front and back. I have looked through the Internet but I can only find kits for the old Cayenne, not the new one. So I was wondering if anyone knows somewhere I might be able to order theese parts? And if it's online order that would be even better, as I will ship them to Sweden :)

One more thing, has anyone any experience in doing this? I mean how complicated is it to put the Turbo spoilers on the V6? Can it be done?

I know it's maybe not the coolest thing to do... but it's not like I'm sticking the Turbo badge on it as well... :) and as soon as I can afford the Cayenne Turbo I will buy it. But here in Sweden a Cayenne Turbo is about 200.000 USD...

Any answers right know would help me alot

Thanks guys!

Emile

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The problem in the Nord European country's are the taxes, for the same price you can buy a new Cayenne turbo + a new 987 in the US taxes inclusive, he only can buy a V6.

Well, here in the good'ol USA, in order to buy a nice Turbo Cayenne that sells for about $110,000 a person needs to earn about $200,000 in income to make that purchase. So, I don't see how this is really much different than Emile_s situation in the great country of Sweden.

Just a thought to consider.

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Hi White,

Not trying to be rude or anything, but why do you have to have an income of 200 K in the US if it only costs 110K? What's the 90 in between for?

I'm actually interested, as I don't know much how it works over there.

And by the way I checked with Carnewal and they only have the Turbo conversion for the GEN 1 Cayenne on their website, but I mailed them so maybe they can offer it eventhough it's not listed.

Ciao

e.

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Hi White,

Not trying to be rude or anything, but why do you have to have an income of 200 K in the US if it only costs 110K? What's the 90 in between for?

I'm actually interested, as I don't know much how it works over there.

And by the way I checked with Carnewal and they only have the Turbo conversion for the GEN 1 Cayenne on their website, but I mailed them so maybe they can offer it eventhough it's not listed.

Ciao

e.

Emile_s, no problem. Fair question. Sorry if what I said came out wrong.

If your income is say $200K you still have to pay income tax (approx. 35%), state taxes (approx 6%), other government taxes (approx 3%), and then the sales tax on the actual purchase (approx. 9%).

$200-$70-$12-6=$112 net income

$115K Porsche plus a 9% sales tax=$125,350

So, you need to actually earn more than $200!!

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