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The first picture is the window sticker from a 987 S, 6 speed.

The second picture is from a 997, but note it is a tiptronic.

It is said that the 6 speed manual transmissions for both are made by the same company. :o

What is the difference between the 2 stickers?

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Uh... the Boxster has a higher percentage (60%) German parts that the Carrera (55%)?

(Even though the Boxster is made in Finland and the Carrera in Germany :lol: :lol: :lol: )

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The 997 transmission is made in Japan vs Germany for the 987.

Very good. It is said that the 987 Boxster S and 997 6 speed transmissions are made by the Japanese company AISIN. Don't think this is true. I think the Boxster manual transmissions (which say made in Germany) are still made by Getrag, and the 997 manual transmissions (which say made in Japan) are made by AISIN.

http://www.aisin.com/

Both 6 speed transmissions use to be made by the German company, Getrag.

http://www.en.getrag.de/180

I have been told the Cayenne has an AISIN transmission, and the window sticker says 'Made in Japan', just like the 997 sticker.

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Yes, my 986 red clip on the 987 at the new Boxster open house at Carlsen today.

Next, I will try to put my 986 humps on a 987. Then the 986 hardtop to see how the 987 side window glass has changed

Seems like the new cup holder thing might be good after all....

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Not a heater core. Plus I do not think the CD changer and navigation unit would be happy if it was.

Different car, same black box. This car has the CD changer and navigation unit.

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Nope. But in fact when I looked under the drivers seat I did not see a control unit in the usual place. And neither is the relay tray.

Hard to take a decent picture under the seat.

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The black box is the evaporative emissions system. Its the charcoal filter and everything built into one unit, instead of spread out all over the car as in previous cars.

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