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Originally Posted by AngM018 View Post
My camgrinder has gone awall, and he wont respond to email nor phone calls. so I may not need that tank as soon as I was hoping.

Does it usually take a month to have a scavenge pump drive machined on a cam?
Well the interesting thing about that is that the "drive" is really just two threaded holes on the driver's side cam....on the flywheel end of the cam!!! But being that it was common for Porsche to use this cam to drive other things (not just a turbo scavenge pump) - air pumps, mechanical fuel injection pump, power steering, etc. - on other models (not just the 930), I'm surprised this is such an issue.

FWIW, I bought basic SC cams from Imagine Auto...the drive holes were already there.
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