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911dev 12-28-2013 11:00 AM


Originally Posted by Zero911 (Post 11007502)
In the other thread member Reidry said:



Looking at the wikipedia article, there is a P*** column and the text above (and below) the table for passenger cars says the particulate number has not been defined yet but will be defined for Euro 6.

That said, I don't see why Porsche won't be able to comply with the GT3 as apparently someone on the other thread mentioned the new Lamborghini Huracan with its NA V10 is already Euro 6 compliant.

I would agree with this. However, someone previously mentioned that may be due to taller gearing.

redleg321 12-28-2013 11:37 AM


Originally Posted by Zero911 (Post 11007502)
That said, I don't see why Porsche won't be able to comply with the GT3 as apparently someone on the other thread mentioned the new Lamborghini Huracan with its NA V10 is already Euro 6 compliant.

You make a good point. Why is a 600HP NA V10 EU6 compliant but a 3.8L 475HP NA H6 isn't?

GrantG 12-28-2013 06:33 PM


Originally Posted by 24Chromium (Post 11005889)
That's the key to the dot one to dot two upgrade... make the new bits fit into the existing sheet metal. This way, very little -- if any -- of the car's substance, and more importantly, the manufacturing (tooling, jigs, fixtures, robots, etc.), has to change.

Definitely not the case with 996...


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