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First of all, 935 cams will give you very very peaky engine. It will peak around 7300 RPM, so make sure everything else is to snuff. I recomend aftermarket H-beam rods to begin with.

Second, 935 cams might require cutouts for valves, If stock pistons were just touched by valves, you could just polish them and let some shop cut recesses for valves. Fitting 935 cams also require careful cam timing to get maximum power. That means couple of hours of engine-dyno time as it's somewhat hard to clock the cams with engine installed in car.

Stock pistons are sturdy (boost-wise) albeit pretty heavy. Reusing them and limiting revs to 7000 RPM might work. You would like a pair of Garrett GT30R's to make best use of such setup.
Thank you for your time,
Old 06-25-2007, 12:01 AM
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