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BTDT, and it's a long, tedious, and expensive process to do it all.
* 964 compression too high
* the 964 exhaust valves aren't sodium-filled
* intake ports are 3-bolt -- adapters needed
* exhaust ports are much larger than your exhaust
* no provision on 1-3 camshaft for scavenge pump
* the 930 CIS won't keep up all-stock
* fan shroud & ducting

* and then you'll still encounter all the usual late-engine-in-an-early-chassis issues: engine sheetmetal, p/s delete, crank pulley, A/C, engine oil cooler, throttle cable...

Honestly, easier to build your engine. You'll get a "new" engine instead of replacing a known used engine with an unknown used engine.
Chris Carroll
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