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TT996 motor in a 930/911???

I know Bisimoto has done this, but has anyone else done this?

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It's doable, but given the electronics and water cooling, a 993tt engine would be much easier. Same hp too.
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However Bisi @ Bisimoto did not put in a 996tt engine he actualy used a fully built 996 3.4 NA engine and then customized a twin turbo setup. I belive he was seeing 771whp at 13-14psi on 100vp fuel. Im sure he will chime in soon. I looking forward to having him design me a set of cams for my build as well.
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Those 996 NA engines have great induction, too bad they were plagued with slipped liners, cracking valve seats, porous blocks, and the annoying off-center RMS which led to leaks.
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It's doable, but given the electronics and water cooling, a 993tt engine would be much easier. Same hp too.
+1 not sure of price difference.
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Just buy a 996tt.
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What he said.
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Those 996 NA engines have great induction, too bad they were plagued with slipped liners, cracking valve seats, porous blocks, and the annoying off-center RMS which led to leaks.
....you forgot the problematic intermediate shafts

I ran a 996 3.4 for 2-3 years, lovely motor, very revvy for a production lump (moreso I believe, than the later 3.6 eGas variant)....but >700hp out of an M96? Jeesus!!...having said that, there are a number of oufits out there offering fixes for all of the above "woes"...personally, think I'd still want to be using a "Mezger" derived engine as a basis though...

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