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964 engine build questions

1. Does the 964 3.6L engine require copper base gaskets between the cylinders and case, or does it only use the o-ring?

2. When looking at the 964 pistons, I don't see a good mark to indicate how the piston should be oriented when installed. What should I look for on the piston to determine the proper orientation for the piston when installing.

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(1) The base just uses an O-ring - though it wouldn't hurt to use a little Threebond 1211 too.
(2) The intake side/"top" of the piston has a letter "E"
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Thanks Chris.

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Chris:

What are the head stud torque specs on the 964 using the stock head studs/nuts/washers?

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Brian if you dont have the specs before tomm I will get them from my house

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What are the head stud torque specs on the 964 using the stock head studs/nuts/washers?

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