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cross post- 964 rod length question

I have run into both Carrillo and Pauter rods that are about 2mm longer for 964 does anyone know why these are made for 964? thanks Bob
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Long rods

They are used with pistons with a reduced compression height-less rod angle
means higher RPM capability-and makes better power due to increased dwell time.
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Interesting Mark , so not recommended for use with Factory 3.8 rsr pistons? even if they are the 11.3 ones? wouldn't you need to shim the cyl. base also? thanks Bob
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No. RSR pistons are built for a specific rod.
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