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Originally Posted by JFairman View Post
Put the smallest turbo possible on it to reduce lag.
You'll never get rid of the turbo lag on a '76 or '77 930 since it has low compression ratio on par with a flathead lawnmower
Thats a false statement, ask Frank about the turbo lag on my old 77...

if you add headers and a gt30 you'll eliminate most of your lag, time your distributor for 32 degrees max advance and you'll have a very smooth drivable car around town. I have found that the 3.0 liter motors are much more responsive then the 3.3's with a few mods.
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