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Modifications & Enhancements As great a car as the 3.0 is, there are always ways to get a little more out of them.

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Converting to U.S. DOT Standards
by Gator Bite 05-26-2013, 01:26 PM

This is a placeholder for a future Article. In this article we'll tell you how to get an EU Carrera 3.0 ready for DOT inspection in the US.

We'll post procedures, pictures, documents, etc....

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Re: Converting to U.S. DOT Standards

FWIW, it's no longer necessary to convert anything on a Carrera 3 to import one into the USA.

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Re: Converting to U.S. DOT Standards

HI Jeff. I have a gent that just brought his RHD C3 over from the UK.
He is posting his reply describing the requirements he encountered.
He didn't go into detail via his email to me but said it was sorta, cut & dry.
I'll just wait for his post, and thanks for your notation!
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