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Originally Posted by spuggy View Post
For the benefit of those wondering why you'd shorten a 78-88 930 box; it's the same bell housing length as an unmolested G50 and for precisely the same reason - they both used the taller rubber-centered clutch. Which makes them too long to just bolt into a pre-87 911.
I've been wondering about this.

Does this mean a N/A '87-'89 G50/00 or G50/01 will bolt into a '78-'88 930 chassis with a 3.3 engine and no machining required to the G50 and no torsion tube mods to the chassis?

The 3.3 engine sits back further in the 930 chassis vs. a 911 chassis. My '87 930 chassis even has 2 different sets of trans crossmember mount holes.

Does anyone know?
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