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Random GT3 Questions on E-Gas & single-mass flywee


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Just was curious of the following.........

Is E-Gas on the GT3RS 'Street' model? ...What about the GT3 mk1?

Do the ROW GT3s have the problem where you cannot left-foot brake while on the gas?

And lastly,,,,,,Why isn't the single-mass flywheel an option for the GT3 mk2 anywhere in the world like it was for the mk1(as per CS package)?

Sorry for the smattering of different questions,,,,,,but I know Renntech is the place if you're hard up for answers. Thanks!

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Yes, the GT3 RS uses e-gas. The MK1 GT3 has a mechanical throttle linkage. I don't know about the left foot braking issue, that could be a US emissions or fuel mileage requirement.

Can't tell you why PAG decided not to offer the single-mass flywheel again, except on the RS. Only the marketeers at PAG would know that.


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I have found with my GT3 that the engine cuts out when you try to left foot brake. However, if you start using a heel toe acceleration with the clutch in, you can then switch to a left foot brake without the engine cutting out. The interlock works in some way through the clutch switch!


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