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leonielsendk
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New member from Denmark

Post by leonielsendk » Sat Jan 09, 2021 4:45 pm

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Came across some video on youtube about Macan issues, aluminium bolts going loose, oil leak and more negative news. Saw a link to this forum and got interested.
Got a Macan Turbo and a Cayman S.
Also like two wheels:
BMW R9T, BMW K1600GT, BMW R25-2

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Nuclear Nick
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Re: New member from Denmark

Post by Nuclear Nick » Sun Jan 10, 2021 7:53 am

Welcome to our friendly forum!

You and I have similar car and bike interests too.
Nick

Macan Turbo, collected 6/9/16 - http://www.porsche-code.com/PHPDB6Z7

911 C2 GTS, collected 8/3/18 - http://www.porsche-code.com/PJKUPBX8

BMW K1300S, BMW R1250 GSA

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Miopyk
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Location: A field somewhere west of London

Re: New member from Denmark

Post by Miopyk » Sun Jan 10, 2021 11:45 am

Hi and welcome.

I spent 18 very enjoyable months working on a project in Ballerup near Copenhagen a few years ago. Great country and lovely people.

Knowing the tax you have to pay on cars yours must have cost a fortune comparatively speaking, unless you bought them in Germany first ;)
If I'm not on here I'm out in my Bright Voodoo Blue GTS having fun

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ScotMac
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Re: New member from Denmark

Post by ScotMac » Sun Jan 10, 2021 8:03 pm

Welcome :D :D

Two lovely machines 👍👍

MikeM
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Re: New member from Denmark

Post by MikeM » Mon Jan 11, 2021 9:57 am

Welcome, nice collection you have there, I think the UTV was American. The only issues that you'll find here are some transfer box failures, Black exhaust tips pitting, noisy rear wiper, pan roof leaks and an occasional sump gasket oil weep. In the scheme of things really low numbers. Re the T/F box in more recent cars upgraded but as long as service schedule adhered to Porsche GB now provide a 7 year warranty. Personally ran my first, a Turbo for 4 years to 60,000km, only had the exhaust tips replaced and the wiper arm fitting modified.
Previous Porsche’s
2008. Boxster S Sport
2012. 991 S
2016. Macan Turbo http://www.porsche-code.com/PHKPBML4
Current
2020. Macan GTS http://www.porsche-code.com/PM5815A9

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