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      08-08-2015, 10:25 AM   #1
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Cayenne Turbo ADV5.2 Track Spec SL

Here are some customer submitted photos of their Porsche Cayenne which we recently outfit with a set of ADV5.2 Track Spec SL 22"x10.5"s on all four corners. Proper photos will be added once they are received. Big thanks to the fellas Eurotech Motorsports.

As always, let us know what you think and your opinions!

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ADV5.2 Track Spec SL 22"x10.5"








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Porsche Cayenne ADV5.2 Track Spec SL Eurotech Motorsports
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Nice wheels!
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Looks great but needs meatier tires to fill those wheel wells.
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Looks great but needs meatier tires to fill those wheel wells.
This.
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      08-11-2015, 02:14 PM   #5
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Looks great but needs meatier tires to fill those wheel wells.
No need. It's got an air suspension. Just needs to drop it.
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Not the right kind of wheel for such a bulky car. Glad to see the shop has better taste than that owner.
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If you are going to lower your Cayenne, you should have got a Panamera.
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If you are going to lower your Cayenne, you should have got a Panamera.
It comes stock with an air suspension. It can go up and down. Can't tow with a Panamera either where this thing is actually a decent tow rig.
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It comes stock with an air suspension. It can go up and down. Can't tow with a Panamera either where this thing is actually a decent tow rig.
The tires say it all. I don't get an SUV that can't be an SUV.
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The tires say it all. I don't get an SUV that can't be an SUV.
It can be an SUV just fine. Off-roading, not so much. Hauling people, stuff and towing = yes.

My truck has 4WD, all terrain tires, off-road package, etc. but it spends most of its life hauling people, stuff in the bed and towing. Off-road = not so much. And are you really going to drive ANY vehicle that expensive on any real type of off-road condition?
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