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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-14-2012, 06:43 PM Thread Starter
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"Choose Sport mode, hammer the throttle, and the GTS will travel, says Porsche, from 0-60 mph in 5.4 seconds. Okay, not bad, but the most satisfying part of burning all that fuel comes from the wonderful symphony of intake rasp and exhaust roar. Of all the Cayennes, only the GTS offers Porsche's Sound Symposer, comprised of membranes in the twin air boxes that, when activated, transmit certain raucous frequencies into the cabin through channels in the A-pillars, while, at the same time, a flap in the exhaust system re-routes gasses by one of the sound baffles to produce a rumbly, low-pitched scream. Then, when you lift off the throttle, a few drops of fuel are seeded into the exhaust system to produce the delightful crackles of a powerful engine revving down". (Ref: trucktrend.com0




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But our Cross bikes don't have A pillars.

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I have said this for a long time, the pop is the same thing you get from a well built American V8 under hard deceleration. Too much is not good but a little here and there is just good clean fun.
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You should write Lloydz and tell him that there is no need for him to sell his IAV cause you have found the solution

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You should write Lloydz and tell him that there is no need for him to sell his IAV cause you have found the solution
HAHA. The IAV developed because customers demanded no pop on decel. We don't need it, we want it.
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A little decel popping from mid-high rpms is fun, but excessive popping and crackling while shifting can get annoying. You can always tune the Lloyds Adjustable IAV to limit the popping somewhat but leave enough to have your fun

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