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Porschefile- I am waiting to try it out. I believe that it will be a blast to drive with. The only thing that I am not looking forward to is trying to fit the thing in the car with that giant intake housing, I have heard that the S cover is a b**ch to fit with the sheet metal. I had to have the old flange removed from my B&Bs in exchange for a t-4 Burns flange. I told my friend who is doing it to try to locate the flange 1/2" lower than stock so I dont have to cut out too much of the engine tin. I hope your right about the turbo being good for 700, when I eventually get a really good set of pistons and cylinders I hope to pump her up to 30 psi. With the Mahle pistons and C-2 turbo cyls. I will have to be a little careful with it.
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