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Originally Posted by herman maire View Post
Thanks for all the replies. Theres lots of information here and I enjoyed reading every reply. I can say with confidence that I will be sticking with the CIS for now. It sounds like when set up properly, they are indeed reliable

I should probably start a tread on my project but its not a project most of you will be interested in since its not a 930. To be honest, its a bit of a disaster but hopefully fun to drive. Its a 993TT body ( Factory steel panels ) with 993 targa glass roof but based on a 89 torsion bar chassis . . Engine is a 3.3 Turbo, already twin plugged with a G50 transmission.

Very motivating reply, right to the point. Thanks.
I never dismantled the engine , I did a leak down test when I got it and it ranged from 2-4% . It should be in good condition.
From reading your treads, it sounds like you definitely have your CIS tuned correctly. Thank you
My cis is not perfectly tuned. I have a few minor issues with my afr on cruise, not too bad though but its spot in with full boost. So it's safe.
I just had a really fun road trip yesterday where I was able to drive without worry about anything. It's dead reliable.
If you buy and use a good afr (air fuel ratio)gauge, it's really easy to adjust the mix.
The good thing is we're always at arm length away to help.
Have fun with it.
Turbo powa!
1977 911s. it's cool
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