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Maybe a little more than that.

Don't for get the clutch.

Getting an early/euro fuel system (75-84) with no Lambda function might be easiest unless smog is an issue. Otherwise you will need to get and wire up the Lambda computer. Might just use the SC's.

Not sure how easy it would be to get a .5 bar boost spring. The 3.0 Turbos used a .6 bar but that would probably put you on the edge.

You may have to massage the tail pipe opening.

Also would want to get the tune right. Check the WUR function...

If you start from scratch, there is a lot of adapting of the fuel system that has to be figured out and finding a WUR to work with it might be a challenge, and the metering cone of the SC might not be a great fit.

Any time you have to buy something new to make the conversion the price will start to go up quickly.

At some point it is worth just selling the SC motor and buying a good used 930 motor. This also makes for better resale and a lot more HP potential.
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