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Hello. I'm new here. Just bought a 2009 cayenne turbo s with 50k miles. I wanna do some exhaust mods what do you recommend? there are no emissions tests required where I live. Car feels kinda slow, I mean it's ok fast but I actually expected less than 5 sec 0-60.  Thanks. 

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Your stock 2009 Turbo S is advertised as doing 0-62mph (100 km/h) in 4.8secs.

 

Anything slower means engine not running at optimum.

Edited by bigbuzuki

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Ok. I guess I'm suppose to put it in sport mode and 1st gear and I will get those times? I know it's a heavy car. Time for some mods in that quest for more speed. 

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sport mode and psm off.  that will give you a good start.

 

as far as exhaust, replace the secondary cats with bypass pipes.  Makes it sound better and reduces a little weight

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