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3.2 3.3 case differences?

Guys, I've tried a search and also looked in Wayne's and Bruce's books with no answer.

I've decided to build up a efi turbo motor to swap into my car to eliminate downtime. My current motor is running fine as it crossed the 100K mark last Tuesday, but I don't want to wait for the inevitable and besides it doesn't have enough power I've been looking for a turbo case and have missed out on a couple on ebay and here on Pelican. How big are the differences between a 3.3 case and 3.2?

This won't be a track car being a cab, which will help me keep my footing on the slippery slope

Thanks
Old 11-11-2005, 05:59 PM
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My understanding is that there is no difference. The 3.2 case has a 930 part number just like the 3.0 case did.

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The only difference between cases is how they are delivered.
What I mean by that is the 3.3 turbo case comes with 24 Delivar studs and the 3.0 & 3.2 comes with 12 steel and 12 Delivar.
That's it
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Thanks Andy, and Thanks Henry for the further distinctions. There is always so much to learn
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