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Question camshaft timing specs for a 930/09 engine

I have a 1980 Euro 911SC with a 930/09 engine. The cams are maked with the 930 147.08 (left) and 930 148.08 (right). The Bently manual has the specs for 930/04, 930/07 and 930/16 engines. Anbody have the valve overlap adjustment specs for mine? Thank You.

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From "911 Performance Handbook"

Intake: Opens 7 BTDC, Closes 47 ABDC
Exhaust: Opens 49 BBDC, Closes 3 BTDC

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PS: Sorry it took so long...
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Emanuel, I was looking for the valve travel 360 degrees from TDC. Is it 1.55mm (0.061")?
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1.4 to 1.7, so right between them is the suggested spec.
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I don't see that listed. I also checked Porsche 911 Story and don't see it there either. Sorry.

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Thanks, for the replies! I wanted to check the cam timing before I tear down the motor on Saturday. Thanks again!

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I accidently pasted this reply here, please disregard.

See if this link helps.

camshaft timing specs for a 930/09 engine

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