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      10-08-2010, 08:32 PM   #7
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How do you compare your GT3 with your old 997 Turbo??

I assume, it would be turbo for brute highway passing power and AWD for snow traction while GT3 for its instantaneous responsiveness, feedback, track prowess, handling and chassis dynamics?? (OK, I totally ripped off what Walter Rohrl said...LOL)

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Originally Posted by devo View Post
Hardly impractical, can be driven daily. The RMS which plagues many GT3s is nothing to worry about. Just as many don't have the issue. Arguably an RMS leak is inherent in the design and a by-product of the extreme performance this engine provides. By all means ck Rennlist.

My gt3 albiet a .2 is absolutely THE best street driven sports car I've owned; and I've owned a couple of E46 M3s, C2S, C4S and 997 turbo.
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