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Transmission Differences?

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Grandsport facts:

"Transaxle architecture with longitudinal Maserati gearbox rigidly connected to the engine. Mechanical six-speed Cambiocorsa transmission with electro-hydraulic operation and electronic management operated by paddles behind the steering wheel., triple cone synchronisers 1st and 2nd, and double cone on 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th.

Gear shift ratios: 1st 3.286; 2nd 2.158; 3rd1.609; 4th 1.269; 5th 1.034; 6th 0.816; Reverse 2.733. Asymmetrical limited-slip differential (25% under acceleration, 45% on lift-off), hypoid bevel gear pair, final drive 3.73 (11/41).

Dry twin-plate clutch, diameter 215 mm (8.46 in) with flexible couplings and hydraulic control.
Steel 20 mm driveshaft flexibly supported on four bearings in an engine-gearbox connection pipe.
Maserati Stability Programme (MSP) stability control with Bosch ASR, MSR and ABS. "

:?: Could not find if this has been mentioned before but are there any differences with the QP in respect to the gear ratios? :?:
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Compared to the QP I don't know, but I know the 6th gear on the GS is slightly longer than it is on the regular coupe.
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