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John

I had a 3 liter SC once that changed head studs on, i remember that these camshafts had a big nut to lock the cogwheel. the engine i have here is a 1986 930 and i know that the locking system if different on these cams. Is it possible or easy to machine them in a workshop to fit my engine?........................

I'm considering a cylinder and piston change, i see that there are 3,4 and 3,5 liter kit available with different compression ratio. what is the recommended nikasil cylinder kit to use and what compression ratio?


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Kjell R
You are right about the SC cams. There are two vintages; the early style cam nut and the later bolt style. There atr fewer of the later style bolt-type cams since they came out in 1981.

You have a few options for pistons/cylinders. There's the traditional Mahle( more expensive), Nickies with JE forged pistons and the EBS cylinders with steel liners and JE forged pistons. Do a search on the site and you'll find invaluable info on the subject.
Good luck on your project!
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