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996 Turbo and 997 Turbo share the same powerplant?

The 996 Turbo introduced the water-cooled 3.6-liter. The 997 Turbo also had a water-cooled 3.6-liter (with a bit more power). Are they the same block/engine?

For 2010, Porsche has completely re-designed the powerplant with a direct-injected 3.8-liter (based on the new Carrera S engine)... so I know that is a different engine.

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IIRC the MK1 997 Turbo is the same GT1 based block as the 996 Turbo, as well as the GT3's and GT2's from the 996 and MK1 997 Era.
The brand new MK2 997 Turbo is a new/different block.
Correct me if I am wrong!
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IIRC the MK1 997 Turbo is the same GT1 based block as the 996 Turbo, as well as the GT3's and GT2's from the 996 and MK1 997 Era.
The brand new MK2 997 Turbo is a new/different block.
Correct me if I am wrong!
I've been working on this for a few hours... and I think you are correct. My research:

Generation / Year / Type / Driveline / Engine / HP / Transmission / Notes

1st Gen 1975 930 RWD 3.0-liter Single Turbo Air-Cooled 260 4-speed Dry Sump
2nd Gen 1977 930 RWD 3.3-liter Single Turbo Air-Cooled 300 4-speed Dry Sump
2nd Gen 1988 930 RWD 3.3-liter Single Turbo Air-Cooled 300 5-speed Dry Sump
3rd Gen 1991 964 RWD 3.3-liter Single Turbo Air-Cooled 320 5-speed Dry Sump
3rd Gen 1993 964 RWD 3.6-liter Single Turbo Air-Cooled 360 5-speed Dry Sump
4th Gen 1995 993 AWD 3.6-liter Twin-Turbo Air-Cooled 400 6-speed Dry Sump
5th Gen 2000 996 AWD 3.6-liter Twin-Turbo Water-Cooled 450 6-speed / 5A Tiptronic Metzger engine
6th Gen 2006 997 AWD 3.6-liter Twin-Turbo Water-Cooled 480 6-speed / 5A Tiptronic Metzger engine
7th Gen 2010 997.5 AWD 3.8-liter Twin-Turbo Water-Cooled 500 6-speed / 7A PDK Direct Injection
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