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looking to get a cayenne turbo


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i reallt want to get a cayenne turbo. what should i look out for when looking for one? im going to do a cat back, cold air intake and a tune. does anyone know if a company makes a higher stall converter for these cars? i want to make a very fast cayenne. thanks for the help guys

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What year are you looking for? I am about to sell my 2006 twin turbo and am in central Florida. I have replaced ALL of the things to look out for - Coil packs, Cardan shaft (prior to my purchase), the coolant pipes under the inlet manifold, "T pipes behind the motor, coolant reservoir, added a hands free system with iPod input. These cars are incredibly quick in stock form but can be rechipped and take more boost pressure.

My car has most if not all of the available upgrades available when new. PM for more info if you are interested,

PKN

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Look for:

- Lowest mileage you can get

- Coolant pipes replace

- Card an shaft fithnflex disc replace

- Coils

- Plugs

- Clean (look in crevices since most cars will be cleaned for sale), so you have to look into places where it is hard to clean to see how car was taken care of.

- Tires (newer the better - not cheap to replace)

- Brakes (same as above - not cheap to replace)

- Fave color scheme

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