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Wrong flywheel?

Hi guy's,

My mechanic is struggling finding the right flywheel for my 930 3.3 inter cooler 1977.
So one of the first 3.3 ever made (Build nr 107)
Cars Vin number 9308700107
Engine number 6780097
Tranny 930-34-7780?88

Rebuild transmission, new flywheel and new clutch kit
So all new but after putting it together we notice that somethings wrong.
Looking at another 930 we found out that there is a gab of appro 3 mm
On my 930 there is no gab? we ordered a flywheel on the cars Vin number.
Can this be for a later model or do I have a more special setup because it's a 3.3 from 1977...
I'll hope someone can help finding out what the right flywheel number would be?
Here is a picture of the gab, or better ''no gab''

BTW I'm not shore if I have matching numbers? How can I check this?


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does it have the 6 or 8 bolt crank?
There should only be one option to fit.
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does it have the 6 or 8 bolt crank?
There should only be one option to fit.
Here you have a picture of my old flywheel...
I'm getting headache of it there it's been almost a year at the shop... now it's getting close to get her back out! summer is on it's way out here


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As long as you have a 240mm flywheel it should fit. Perhaps your problem is with the pressure plate fit and ring gear?
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He's not a Porsche mechanic.
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does it have the 6 or 8 bolt crank?
There should only be one option to fit.
The shop is 100 miles from my home so I have not been there to see it myself.
So they tell me that like you can see in the picture that the flywheel is touching the engine case itself... ? mmmm
maybe I will go over tomorrow and have a look.
hope to get it fixed within two weeks as I promised the car for my best friend wedding

Thanks for your input!
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He's not a Porsche mechanic.


he is but still not the best... you have to start somewhere but they do nice work...
It's not that easy finding a good mechanic over here, and those few guy's that are a good mechanic the are to busy ....
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Looks like a 3.0 case. But the crank is 8 bolts. I think you may have a problem there?
Repost this in the engine building sectrion?
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I can see the confusion. But if it's a 3.0 turbo case the 8 bolts crank should not be in there as far as I know. It's not been run I suppose? What other info do you have on this engine? All origional parts?
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Looks like a 3.0 case. But the crank is 8 bolts. I think you may have a problem there?
Repost this in the engine building sectrion?
done! thanks
It's a 9 bolt?
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I can see the confusion. But if it's a 3.0 turbo case the 8 bolts crank should not be in there as far as I know. It's not been run I suppose? What other info do you have on this engine? All origional parts?
As far as I know all is original... but I do not have any history about the car but if I bought it all was looking original. except for the tranny and engine numbers I don't have any other info. I have the car almost six year and drove it 3 years without major issues...
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Haha, I saw your post!
Your great quattrorunner!

Thanks mate
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Smile

Just want to help.

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How does one "jelp" (maybe it involves JB Weld)?!?!?!
It would almost need to Ronnie
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Looks like your getting better answers over there on engine forum. Hope you get what your looking for, a running engine soon. Good luck.

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