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3.6 [M64] engine and PMO carburetors

Hi guy's

I'm happy to ask you some questions about 911 engine rebuild options :

- What do you mind of using 911 3.6 (M64) engine with PMO carburetors ?
- What modifications are necessary ?

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Old 12-03-2004, 07:08 AM
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Eade Hopkinson is doing this right now with his '73 RSR clone. A 3.6 with PMOs. All you need are the right manifolds and proper jetting.

This is what he's running:

PMO 46s

Idle jets 55
Idle air jets 130
Main jets 155
F11 emulsion tubes
Air correctors 180
Venturis 38

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Thank's for your answer... Is there a link that deals with this RSR clone ? I'll need some other informations about camshafts (stock or special ones), ignition modifications,...
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What about ignition advance?

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Thank's for your answer... Is there a link that deals with this RSR clone ? I'll need some other informations about camshafts (stock or special ones), ignition modifications,...
Nope no link. It's a stock 3.6 underneath, although with the PMOs, it could certainly use a set of custom JEs with hotter cams. But the engine is not being opened.

They are using an MSD timing computer to trigger and fire the twin-distributors.

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Thank's Wayne

I sent him a pm to have some more informations. Perhaps, he could tell us what the way to deal with this kind of assembly.
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