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Conversion from 2004 CS to 2008 Turbo


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Hi.

Could anyone tell me what parts i need in addition to the parts on the pictures to convert a 2004 CS to a 2008 C turbo.

Partsnumber in addition would be just superb.

Thanks upfront.

Isak

headlamps,taillamps??

Yes, i guest on those too. But do i also need to change the fenders?

Has anyone performed this kind of conversion?

Isak

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I think the fenders will need replacing; if you look , the fenders on the 04 CS and the 08 TURBO are totally different. Also keep i think the rear bumper is a different mold and might be hard to install unless some customization. If you really need to, just look at an 04 and 08 side by side and you'll notice the suttle differences.

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I think it would almost be cheaper to sell the 2004 CS and buy a 2008 CTT.

hehe you would think so, and in America it probably is, but in Norway a new Cayenne S cost 200.708,- $ and a Turbo costs 290.000,- $.

A used Cayenne S with all options is worth around 89.000,- $. So that's quite a difference ;-)

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I think it would almost be cheaper to sell the 2004 CS and buy a 2008 CTT.

hehe you would think so, and in America it probably is, but in Norway a new Cayenne S cost 200.708,- $ and a Turbo costs 290.000,- $.

A used Cayenne S with all options is worth around 89.000,- $. So that's quite a difference ;-)

just buy US version and send it Norway (will be about $3k shipping cost + $1k homologation cost)

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I think it would almost be cheaper to sell the 2004 CS and buy a 2008 CTT.

hehe you would think so, and in America it probably is, but in Norway a new Cayenne S cost 200.708,- $ and a Turbo costs 290.000,- $.

A used Cayenne S with all options is worth around 89.000,- $. So that's quite a difference ;-)

just buy US version and send it Norway (will be about $3k shipping cost + $1k homologation cost)

+ 190.000$ to get it registered here ;) haha the car taxes in this country are ridicules !

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I think it would almost be cheaper to sell the 2004 CS and buy a 2008 CTT.

hehe you would think so, and in America it probably is, but in Norway a new Cayenne S cost 200.708,- $ and a Turbo costs 290.000,- $.

A used Cayenne S with all options is worth around 89.000,- $. So that's quite a difference ;-)

just buy US version and send it Norway (will be about $3k shipping cost + $1k homologation cost)

+ 190.000$ to get it registered here ;) haha the car taxes in this country are ridicules !

I think you're missing the turbos too! :rolleyes:

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