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Air compressor with 120psi, impact gun, and a big socket. 46mm if I remember correctly.

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Air compressor with 120psi, impact gun, and a big socket. 46mm if I remember correctly.

That I can do, how did the pics come out?
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... how did the pics come out?
Both up-side down...

Are you loading from your desk top?
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Both up-side down...

Are you loading from your desk top?
iPad, I take the photos with the power button on the left side and lens in the lower right corner.
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iPad, I take the photos with the power button on the left side and lens in the lower right corner.
I take them with iPhone/iPad, transfer them to my desk top and rotate them 360 degrees (even if they look right) and save them. I don't think the iPad let you do that, I rotate one photo 360 degrees but won't let you save it because as far as its concern you did not change anything...

The "natural" position is for the lens to be in upper position; upper left for landscape and upper right for portrait.
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just buy the tools.
you will need the socket, the holder the dial gauge and gauge holder to do the cams when it goes back together,

i have a holder for the later engine that i have never used and have a 46mm crows foot for the early engines that i have used once.
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just buy the tools.
you will need the socket, the holder the dial gauge and gauge holder to do the cams when it goes back together,

i have a holder for the later engine that i have never used and have a 46mm crows foot for the early engines that i have used once.
I did some tree work when I was still in the tree business for a gentleman who owns an import repair shop, he told me he would help if needed. I will call him when it's time to put the puzzle back together, I'm sure he has those tools.

If he won't , I'll be looking to borrow, buy or rent from someone willing.
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Air compressor with 120psi, impact gun, and a big socket. 46mm if I remember correctly.
46 mm is correct and it worked out perfect, on to the next stage.
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Cleaning it up and taking it apart. All total I found 7 broken intake head studs and 2 broken rings. ARP head studs are going in, I already have those. I'm probably going to the-ring it. I have to buy two sets for sure, why not buy six. The pistons and cylinders are still useable. The heads are a big question mark that I'll be starting on next.

I'm trying to figure the picture thing out, I don't know why they are upside down. It was suggested that I try turning the iPad over so the camera lense is on top. This last set of pictures I did. How did they turn out?
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^^^

Those pictures are oriented normally (unlike Paul, who's orientations are decidedly abnormal!).

That's really something about all of the broken studs, and looks like you are making good progress!
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Those pictures are oriented normally (unlike Paul, who's orientations are decidedly abnormal!).

That's really something about all of the broken studs, and looks like you are making good progress!

Lens to top it will be.

I sure hope Paul doesn't do a Bruce Jenner on us, I can't vision Paulina.
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^^^ I guess that's what one would call a "not easily reversible modification", right?!?!
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I... I can vision Paulina.
you can?

I'm flattered!

is that a proposition???



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This is my nemesis and naturally it's in the case with the serial number. The serial number that my COA says this is the original motor for my '79 930.

My question is who do you recommend to do the EDM work? I want to get that bolt out without destroying the threads.
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I talked with the folks at Ollies today, seemed very knowledgeable but no EDM. The engine needs to come apart all the way to do the work, if the rods and crank need work I'll send everything there and he can sub the EDM work out.

So far most parts show little wear, tight valve guides and the valves look to have very few miles since being done. New seals and valve springs, hone the cylinders a touch and new rings then the top end will be about ready.

I'm planing to tear down the bottom this weekend and see what is inside.
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Looks like you already tried welding on a nut?
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I talked with the folks at Ollies today, seemed very knowledgeable but no EDM. The engine needs to come apart all the way to do the work, if the rods and crank need work I'll send everything there and he can sub the EDM work out.

So far most parts show little wear, tight valve guides and the valves look to have very few miles since being done. New seals and valve springs, hone the cylinders a touch and new rings then the top end will be about ready.

I'm planing to tear down the bottom this weekend and see what is inside.

Not pretty, cases and crank, cylinders, rods and cam towers headed to AZ for inspection and a good cleaning. Little specs that looked like aluminum imbedded in the bearings and signs of over heating on the mains.

Nothing spun, but an inspection is in order and it has to go anyway for the head stud.

I have my fingers crossed.
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Welcome to the nuthouse fellow 79 930 owner...

I split my case and the slippery slope began..After buying new OEM P/C's, sending off the cams, rockers, Heads, crank and rods rebalanced, grind and cleaned , rebuilt back wiring harness, turbo rebuild here shortly and a whole slew new parts, ARP head studs for mine...Not to include new tools, books to make the job easier..I bought new for most parts since I was there...Could have saved a few but hey...I wanted assurance since I do not want to know something crapped out later and 13k later the block is back together. Ready for the cams to be timed...

Keep a spread sheet going and watch the numbers grow ;-)

Cheers and have fun....
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