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What I would build per your requirements:

R&R billet H-beam rods from LN engineering with custom aged bolts(SC/dimensions)
The new pistons from JE that are box-in-box construction(much lighter)(alter comp height for the longer rod)
Sell the 964 crank and buy a GT3 crank and mod #4 for oiling.
Turbo or GT3 oil pump

Shuffle pin your case! I have seen a great deal of cracks in the case on high rpm high output turbos.

964 cranks are poo...

A better, more reliable build would be:

R&R billet H-beam rods from LN engineering with custom aged bolts(SC/dimensions)
SC crank modded on #4
The new pistons from JE that are box-in-box construction(much lighter)(22mm wristpin)
GT-3 oil pump
Shuffle pinned case

Benefits;
Less rod ratio issues for the rpm
better ring land support @ the piston
Less overall money as SC cranks are much cheaper than the 3.6 stuff.


98mm would be max with 3.2 barrels, 100 or 102 with a set of Nickies from LN would be possible.
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