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Hi guys, my cayenne in normal at suspension height the ride is horrible and quite bumpy, if in first higher terrain level it's pretty good, sport normal asnd comfort shock settings seem to make no difference. No codes in durametric, no warning lights on dash. I've replaced ccompressor seals but it made no difference. I havnt had chance to drive another ctt but I'm pretty sure it's too harsh. I'd love some input from other ctt owners about ride quality and or how to fix it . 

Thsnks 

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Hi Ziller, I can't answer directly your question but I have gathered some information over the past couple of years that you might find useful to allow you to check settings with Durametric tester. 

 

As the main file is larger that 2mb I will split it and attach in two further posts.......

Cayenne Durametric Suspension Adjustment-1.pdf

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If the ride quality is poor it may have nothing to do with ride height. Check your tires, tire pressures and suspension mounts and bushings for excessive wear.

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Thankyou for your replies, I will check the durametric  settings , curiously though how do you guys find the ride if your cayenne in normal mode ? 

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Wallowing around. I just ordered some adjustable suspension links to drop it down lower

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In normal it's mildly stiff body roll is easy to control when pushing it road imperfections are slightly damped

In comfort it wallows around and body roll is noticeable when you push it and road imperfections are dampened more than in normal

In sport it's very stiff minimal body roll and you feel every imperfection in the road

 

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