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Well there is interesting corelation between 930 and 3.2 engine longevity and driving style.
3.2's have often pulled rod bolts and worn valve guides. But you'll be hard pressured to find a 930 engine with snapped rods, despite running same (exactly the same) crank and bolts. (pulled studs and leaky heads on the other hand...)

It must be the different driving styles. 3.2 users, having 100hp-is less, ding their rev-limiter every now and then, believeing "that's how it's ment to be driven" then learning "how it's ment to be rebuilt".

930 on the other hand just falls flat on it's a$$ above 6000 RPM...there is no point reving it's guts out other than sounding racey (altough it doesn't go quicker).

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