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Originally Posted by spjuvern View Post
i thinking of doing some mods this winter

i have a 965 3.3

and i plan to mount 964 cams
LWflywheel
and FVD Ignition Sensor Holder

http://shop.fvd.de/us/en/Porsche-0/965_T-131/coupe/1991/item/item_details/VID_2456406-VCD_39393920-gid_34-sort_3-display_5-item_FVD999RS524A/ENGINE-Tuning-TuningKits-FVD999RS524A-Ignition-Sensor-Holder-min.93-Octane-Rating.html


any one here have mount the fvd sensor holder?
No idea, sorry.

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what are my options for LWflywheels?
You could talk to Patrick Motorsports http://www.patrickmotorsports.com/ or JB Racing, http://www.jbracing.com/flywheel-porscheul1.php either of whom can probably do anything you want. If you're in Europe (guessing), you might talk to these folks:

http://www.helix-autosport.com/motorsport.asp

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how about thos 964 cams i have heard that they are better than the SC cams?
My $0.02.

In comparison to SC cams, 964 cams will cost you more low to mid-range torque (aka off-boost response) and deliver only a tiny bit more top-end in return.

According to John "camgrinder" Doherty and others. Either would be a huge improvement on factory 930 cams.

If you are building a race motor, you probably want something hotter than 964 anyway, otherwise SC seems to be the sweet spot for a street-driven car.
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Last edited by spuggy; 11-30-2008 at 09:53 AM.. Reason: fixed the quote
Old 11-30-2008, 09:53 AM
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