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I have read a lot about the reasonably successful installs of the Cayenne kit in sports cars w/ pcm 2.1. i am first curious if anybody has tried the nav-tv sirpor2 (sirius) section or the itronic xm section? and what they think about it compared to the Cayenne XM kit?

i am about to put a mObridge bluetooth / ipod combo in my 2006 cayman s ... and put in satellite radio at the same time w/ both working through the pcm. i wish mObridge had their XM kit complete - but they are only in beta testing ... and apparently thats been going on for a while. i haven't read anything about the itronic unit ... but similar issues with the nav-tv unit - in regard to losing the channels, and draining the power of the battery (similar to the nav-tv tooki bluetooth).

yes this is the expensive way to go, but its cheaper than a 2009 or 2010 car ... and i want to keep my car looking original.

many thanks for your insight

scott

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Hello All,

A few months ago I completed my Porsche (90%) OEM Sirius Satellite Radio install in my 07' 997 C4S Cab. With work and summer family vacations/activities/etc... I had to postpone documenting my install as a DIY. Well I finally got the time complete the document.

A big thank you to Ric at Suncoast for all of his help and patience with my "science project"... ;-)

As the document is too larger (due to pictures) I have posted it for download (for free, just wait it out for a few seconds) at the following site:

Download DIY Link:

http://rapidshare.com/files/42279771...io_Install.pdf

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2007 C4S Cab (Artic Silver/Black), 6-Spd

CDC, Dension GW500 (iPod), Tooki (BT), Nav, Bose, V-1, OEM Porsche Sirius Satellite Radio

"You gotta respect the Porsche" (Adam Sandler)

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Hello All,

A few months ago I completed my Porsche (90%) OEM Sirius Satellite Radio install in my 07' 997 C4S Cab. With work and summer family vacations/activities/etc... I had to postpone documenting my install as a DIY. Well I finally got the time complete the document.

A big thank you to Ric at Suncoast for all of his help and patience with my "science project"... ;-)

As the document is too larger (due to pictures) I have posted it for download (for free, just wait it out for a few seconds) at the following site:

Download DIY Link:

http://rapidshare.com/files/42279771...io_Install.pdf

__________________

2007 C4S Cab (Artic Silver/Black), 6-Spd

CDC, Dension GW500 (iPod), Tooki (BT), Nav, Bose, V-1, OEM Porsche Sirius Satellite Radio

"You gotta respect the Porsche" (Adam Sandler)

i think there is an error in your parts list. part #955.647.117.01 comes up as "navigation antenna s". is the correct part # 955.645.280.02? can you post all the specifics of the actual part ... who made it, and their part number? can't quite read the photo.

many thanks for your fantastic post!

scott

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Hello All,

A few months ago I completed my Porsche (90%) OEM Sirius Satellite Radio install in my 07' 997 C4S Cab. With work and summer family vacations/activities/etc... I had to postpone documenting my install as a DIY. Well I finally got the time complete the document.

A big thank you to Ric at Suncoast for all of his help and patience with my "science project"... ;-)

As the document is too larger (due to pictures) I have posted it for download (for free, just wait it out for a few seconds) at the following site:

Download DIY Link:

http://rapidshare.com/files/42279771...io_Install.pdf

__________________

2007 C4S Cab (Artic Silver/Black), 6-Spd

CDC, Dension GW500 (iPod), Tooki (BT), Nav, Bose, V-1, OEM Porsche Sirius Satellite Radio

"You gotta respect the Porsche" (Adam Sandler)

i think there is an error in your parts list. part #955.647.117.01 comes up as "navigation antenna s". is the correct part # 955.645.280.02? can you post all the specifics of the actual part ... who made it, and their part number? can't quite read the photo.

many thanks for your fantastic post!

scott

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as far as i know, it is, as the PCM 2.1 is the same throughout ... up until pcm 3.0 was rolled out (not sure when that occured in the cayenne).

i bought mine from my local Porsche dealer w/o specifics to year ... only the part number. i made use of the PCA 20% off coupon at the end of last year. similar price is available everyday from Sunset Imports.

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thanks. Looking a couple of them online for $30-175.00

as far as i know, it is, as the PCM 2.1 is the same throughout ... up until pcm 3.0 was rolled out (not sure when that occured in the cayenne).

i bought mine from my local Porsche dealer w/o specifics to year ... only the part number. i made use of the PCA 20% off coupon at the end of last year. similar price is available everyday from Sunset Imports.

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just bought an 06 titanium with xm after crashing and totaling my 05 with sirius and a lifetime subscription. is it as simple as swapping the xm module with the sirius module? antenna? cost?

also i dont have the cd changer in this car and im also thinking about adding bluetooth and iphone capability maybe with a dension system? any thoughts?

Thanks

joe

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