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1994 965 3.6 turbo, Cam Upgrade

I have a 70k car with bad leakdowns in two cylinders and with much consultation have decided to rebuild the top end.
While I'm going at it I might as well replace the camshaft with a Cam Upgrade.
What kind of CAMS are available and which ones will give more torque, boost/ power ?
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Stacy
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Old 05-30-2007, 09:19 PM
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Stacy, what color is your car?
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Color of car

It is Wimbledon Green,
You can see it on the Chicago PCA web site under DE events pictures for 2007 at Blackhawk , it is #327.
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Looking for the same answer.. can't find an answer?

Some say the 964 Normally Aspirated cams... are these different than Turbo's?
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You might be best to ask Stephen Kaspar via email to get you a custom made cam to your requirements.

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Over on rennlist the 3.6 t guys say 964 cams are stock on the 3.6. 3.3 have the old 930 cams.
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Whos re-building my engine

Chris Streit
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He had a lot of good things to say about my leak down posting and he has a lot of race and rebuild experience.
I have another post on the Pelican site in the 911 re-builder area about costs to rebuild a top end and his response to me felt accurate.
Stacy Ferguson
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yup good guy.. nice car.. not many of them out there and 2 1994's in the chicago area
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some info here: www.drcamshafts.com
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DR Camshafts (camgrinder on this forum). I have DC-15's in my turbo 3.0, and they seem to work quite well.
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