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2002Gt2

997 Gt3 Shifter

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Does anyone know if the 997 Gt3 shifter will fit in a 996? Specifically a 996 Gt2. I owned a '05 Gt3 and loved the shift feel, I've been told that this one is improved, if that is so, I'm all in. Here is a photo of the new shifter.

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Does anyone know if the 997 Gt3 shifter will fit in a 996? Specifically a 996 Gt2. I owned a '05 Gt3 and loved the shift feel, I've been told that this one is improved, if that is so, I'm all in. Here is a photo of the new shifter.

It looks like the part number in your picture is 997-424-010-00. I put the 997 short shifter, part number 997-424-983-00 in my 2001 Boxster and it fit just fine. Mine looks just like yours, except the plastic is blue instead of white, and mine came with the alignment tool for getting the shifter cables adjusted. The original shifter I pulled out had the part number of 996-424-010-03 and looks like your 997 picture, except Porsche seems to have added the metal plate on the left side.

You should be able to pop up the leather covering the shifter housing and eyeball the two to see if they will fit or not. The B&M web site lists their short shifter as working in all models of Boxster and Carrera, so if the housing looks the same it should work in your GT2

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Does anyone know if the 997 Gt3 shifter will fit in a 996? Specifically a 996 Gt2. I owned a '05 Gt3 and loved the shift feel, I've been told that this one is improved, if that is so, I'm all in. Here is a photo of the new shifter.

I just found this, so I would think so...

http://www.carnewal-europe.com/cpx_p96191.htm

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