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  1. maui44
    09-11-2012 09:11 PM - permalink
    I just want to make sure I got this right. If you use the "backside" method when adjusting my 911 2.7, I will need to drop the engine so what?

    I do not want to drop the engine if possible for a valve job.
  2. lazerander
    08-27-2008 11:10 PM - permalink
    Hi-- My 911 has 100-118 psi compression on 5 cylinders; #1 has 75. Could this possibly indicate a
    bent rockerarm?
  3. madamson
    05-24-2008 09:55 PM - permalink
    Matt Adamson
    902 Harvest DR SE
    Tumwater, WA 98501
  4. aricaandjustin
    05-23-2008 07:53 PM - permalink
    Hey 2.7Racer

    I assume that you have done lots to your engine? Are you running carbs?

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  • About 2.7RACER
    retired machinery representative, member porsche owners club and porsche club of america. raced for ten years with my 1976 2.7 911s. i do all my own car work.
    Rio Rancho, New Mexico
    upgrading my 1976, 2.7, 911s, racing on the local tracks.
    retired machinery representative.
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    '76 911S 2.7, webers, solex cams, JE pistons, '74 exhaust, 23 & 28 torsion bars, 930 calipers & rotors, Hoosiers on 8's & 9's.
    '85 911 Carrera, stock, just painted, Orient Red


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