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Old 14th September 2004, 23:45   #1
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Porsche 500 Hp Cayenne Option with Panoramic Roof

Wow, this is awesome, just read this..

Thus equipped, the Cayenne Turbo can reach a top test-track speed of 167 mph (series production: 165 mph), and a 0 to 60 mph time of 4.9 seconds (Cayenne Turbo with 450 horsepower: 5.2 seconds). Fuel consumption, as with the 450 horsepower Cayenne Turbo, remains unchanged at 13 mpg city/18 mpg highway.


This is insane..I had also posted the Gambella Tuned Porsche machines doing 650-750hp, I wonder how fast they must be, like 4.2-4.0 I suppose...which is insane..I dont know I just the cayenne...it has dont justice to the purpose of its creation..

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Old 14th September 2004, 23:51   #2
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Hey where did u get this Info from??? Would definately would like to know more about this.
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Hehehe Sorry about the previous post. Got the site.
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That looks quite cool.....
Would like to add this 1 too.....
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in this snap X, the alloys look too small I would go atleast 2-3 sizes larger..what do u think SUVs need to have big wheels...
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Quote[/b] (_Crazi4Speed_ @ Sep. 14 2004,23:12)]in this snap X, the alloys look too small I would go atleast 2-3 sizes larger..what do u think SUVs need to have big wheels...
Ofcourse.......they need atleast a 2" upgrade in size.
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Wow...500hp SUV!!
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Quote[/b] (shravan316 @ Sep. 15 2004,05:10)]Wow...500hp SUV!!
i guess u didnt see my post where the cayenne is tuned to 750 by gambella, but there were no 0-60 numbers, but i am sure it would be in the 4.0-4.2 range..

I would love to know man..
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