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Thank you guys for your suggestions. I have now droppet the engine and inspected. I found as I expected that the base gasket has slided and causing the leak.
How this has happened I do not know. Maybe when I re-assebled the engine that they shifted position? Or maybe when the there was a misfire due to false air and wrong plug cable position.?
I have verified that there was enough torque on the studs. They does not seem to have slipped out of the the base

Here i s pic of what it looks like.

Trond R.
1979 930: Garret GT35r turbo, EFI, carerra intake, Link EMS, custom GT2 cams, 98mm JE P/C, 964 crank (stroker), custom valves & ported (XtremeCylinderHeads) etc..etc..
1972 914-6 GT replica project
1986 944 Turbo
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