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Keep I'd recommend starting elsewhere on mods. Start with tires and wheels. Then maybe TBars, shocks, sway bars. 79 930 brakes should be fine if they are working properly. Just update fluid and pads. Work on items that control and stop the car before adding acceleration. A they are cheaper. B they are more important.

WHEN (not if) you do cross over to the dark side and start adding acceleration. The most important step is to find a good shop that knows modified 930's well. Those are not the same shops that can work on your stock 930. Start slow. Do one mod at a time and notice what each one does to the car. You will get much more enjoyment that way. Sure it is tempting to do several at once but that does not really save much money and deprives you of a few more Christmas Mornings per year.
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Crashed: Silver 1992 Turbo S2
Sold: '86 930 minor mods; '94 3.6 Turbo; '85 Euro 930 (3.2 Intake, Tec3r EFI, TwinPlug, Garrett Turbo, JE 8.1 Pistons, 505 rwhp)
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