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New Owner got some questions...

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Hi, I just bought a 2004 Cayenne Turbo and have some questions about it.

Is the stock BOSE subwoofer any good? I have read that some say its is too muddy sounding. I love BOSE (have a home system) and I know they don't have the concert style tight base but still have a nice sound. Is it worth purchasing this thing from a dealer or go with a custom setup for the sub? The previous owner had an aftermarket speaker system in it and had it removed I guess in place of his setup.

Second, the entire tool kit is missing from the car. Is it worth purchasing the components and getting the jack, tools and whatnot back in the spare tire well area?

Third, I have the original NAVI which I presume is PCM 2.0. I would like to integrate my Motorola IHF 1000 bluetooth car kit into the stereo with Installer.com's radio wiring kit. WIRING KIT The PCM has NO phone buttons so would the PCM still be able to receive a MUTE signal and output the sound from the bluetooth module? Right now it has a little speaker that is OK but I think the MUTE option and using the factory sound system to hear your caller is a much better setup.

Thanks for any help in advance. Renntech.org rocks!

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The wheels are Asanti AF 132's and they are 22" and the tires are Pirelli Scorpion Zero 285/30's rear and 255/30 front. Not sure about the suspension as I have not had time to look at the car thoroughly (in Afghanistan....wife driving the car for now). It would not surprise me if the car had a controller as the exhaust is Cargraphic and the previous owner was for sure rolling in the dough to purchase some $6K wheels and a $2k exhaust.

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