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loganmarriott

PDK gearbox bolt pattern

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HI everone.
Im new to posting here, but have been following Rennlist for nearly 10 years. Having restored a 996, and while working on a 997 Track build, ive got an interesting (but complex) side project.
But im needing some info and wonder if anyone here can help.
Im looking to join an Audi V10 from the S6 (D3) to a 2011 Porsche Cayman PDK gearbox.
Conveniently the Porsche Light weight flywheel has the same 10bolt pattern as the Audi crank, and even fits inside the flexdisc, so that i can use the Audi starter, and have both timing rings (one for the Audi ECU and the other for the gearbox to get engine speed data for the PDK ECU).  
By my estimates, the adapter will end up being around 30mm thick, and clearly will take some machining.

What im looking for is if anyone has the CAD measurements of the PDK series bellhousing bolt pattern?  It appears 2 of the 6 bolts are similar to the older 986/987 etc variant G86's

Regards
Logan

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