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Old 08-24-2007, 01:20 PM   #1711
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Careful with simple green, you will want to dilute it a lot so it doesn't eat your clear coat. I just switched to Meguiar's wash myself, it's purple and it rocks. Looks cheap but works wonders.
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Yeah, I saw that episode. A old Range Rover could clear those two hills when the Cayenne couldn't. It may have some form of offroad capability, but if I really wanted something for offroading, I'd rather get a Range Rover. Theres some actual offroading roots there.
I agree that the range rover is probably set up better for that kind of application, but I still give the Cayenne props Maybe in future models they will improve it's ability to go over points like that If I wanted something for off roading, I wouldn't even buy a Range Rover, Too expensive I'd just get a Jeep or something, lol.
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Old 08-26-2007, 04:32 AM   #1713
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Careful with simple green, you will want to dilute it a lot so it doesn't eat your clear coat. I just switched to Meguiar's wash myself, it's purple and it rocks. Looks cheap but works wonders.
Its not the cleaning simple green.

Its actual car wash, specifically for cars. Lol.
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Old 08-27-2007, 07:26 PM   #1714
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heres my ride (well my grampas but will be mine in 5 weeks) its a 06 F-250 just rebuilt after a wreck(my grampa wrecked it) it has a 08 grill new paint and a vynal job i belive shes puttin 350hp to the wheels with a 5.4L V-8 wen shes mine ill have dual exhaust performace chip a turbo kit and if i can a cold air intake system








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Old 08-27-2007, 09:10 PM   #1715
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Pretty cool, dude. Look into a Volant intake and Borla exhaust and you won't be disappointed.
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Now, you need to get it lowered. Maybe a 1" drop would look nice. That fender gap looks huge from the pictures angle, but the wheels look nice.
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Yeah, get some lowered coil-overs or shocks. Some new brake kits would be nice too. Those rusty rotors totally mar the cool look of those Enkei rims.
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The rotors are probably have that look because of rain, once he drives around a bit the rust will be gone
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I just washed the car thats why they had rust, when u brake from washing it it goes off here are better pics guys so you can apreciate them more . That angle makes it look tall but I drop would be nice to anyways here are more.







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