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Old 19th February 2006, 05:02   #1
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They have been testing it at the Nürburgring for quite some time now.
When compared to the standard 997,its lower in ride height,a prominent double deck rear spoiler and Porsches new Active Suspension Management which is going to make it stiffer.
At the rear a modified version of the current model's 3.8-liter flat six is expected to produce about 400bhp.
Rumors about a dual-clutch transmission but mostly its going to be a modified six-speed manual transmission.



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My god. I can't wait to own these babies!
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My god. I can't wait to own these babies!
yeah this is going to be an awesome machine..but somehow I cant iamgine spending 120k on GT3, when I can get a gallardo less an a year old for 145ish..

and i am trying to find the photos of the actual GT3 brochure which I had found on one of the porsche boards few days back but didnt think of copying it..

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here you go with the GT3 brochures..
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yeah this is going to be an awesome machine..but somehow I cant iamgine spending 120k on GT3, when I can get a gallardo less an a year old for 145ish..

and i am trying to find the photos of the actual GT3 brochure which I had found on one of the porsche boards few days back but didnt think of copying it..
You cannot compare the prices of a year old Gallardo with a New GT3 ?
I am sure a year old GT3 would be available for 90k in that case.
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Yea i am a little surprised with the pricing of the 997's as compared with that of the 996's.But yea you get a lot more in the 997's no doubt.
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You cannot compare the prices of a year old Gallardo with a New GT3 ?
I am sure a year old GT3 would be available for 90k in that case.
sure you can...if you are buying a car and dont care if it is one year old or not...then its upto your descretion...and if I had a choice to make it would be a lightly used gallardo..
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