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Hei Oheggem,

I had too too high oil level in mine as well for a time, and it smoked due too that oil was coming out of the oil breather hose and into the meterring plate and in the inlet side of the turbo.
Went away when drained some oil away.

As mentioned, you need to drop the engine and remove the cylinder heads to replace the valve guides.
I replaced them on my previous 930 when I did a rebuild. "Cylinder Service" replaced the valve guides as they need to be pressed in.

I'm doing a rebuild on a 3.0 SC engine now, and will replace the guides here as well.

Hope it all turns out well for you
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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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