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1982 SC Cam tensioner upgrade

I have a pristine 1982 911 SC with 45k miles that I put less than 1 k miles of Sunday street use a year.  The valves have never been adjusted I have had  a slight oil leak from the valve covers for many years and I am considering having the valves adjusted when I have the valve cover gaskets replaced. Do I really need to upgrade the cam tensioners?  I hate fixing things that are not broken and spend an additional $3000 plus.  However I understand it could cause catastrophic engine failure.  And if so which kit would be the best one to use.

3.0 - 3.2 rebuild Mockup Timing

Hello Chris

It's been a long time since I last emailed you in which I've lost your email address.

Well I'm finally back at it, in mockup and I'm setting the timing .....

I have #1 at Z1 1.26mm (964 cam grind) and attempting to time #4. I turn from Z1 where #1 is opening for about 270 degrees where # 1 is almost closed and #4 has just opened to 1.26mm for the intake valve stroke in overlapping TDC valve clearance with the 1st. I'm on the notch approximately 260 degrees on the crank, approximately 100 degress prior to Z1.

Upper Rebuild Only

Model: 911S, Year:1977, Mileage:100k, Type of use:Street use only
My 77 911 2.7 is right at 100k. Always runs well and cool. 11 blade fan and tensioner updates. Driven gently. No smoke, etc...I fear a head stud or two may have pulled. Money is an issue. What is risk/reward for proper rebuilding of top end only and letter lower end alone? Thanks.

3.6 convertion

Model: 911 s, Year:1977, Mileage:79000, Type of use:Street use only
I have found a place that sells kits for 3.6 convertion instant g in Delaware it looks pretty ligit.I have a 1977 911 s it has a dead cylinder.I would like to do the convertion and wonder if anybody has had a bad time dealing with them or are they honest good people.thanks steve bartz

runaway cold idle

Model: 911 SC, Year:1981, Mileage:143,00, Type of use:Street use only
I have the issue covered in a posting dated 11.20.2008. The reply says the 'auxillary regulator' but does not mention a fix and I don't see a match in further checking the postings. What's the fix? FYI this is a ROW car so there's no CAT if that makes a difference.Thanks,MM Koon

noise

Model: 911sc, Year:1978, Mileage:150000, Type of use:Street use only
Started,car heard a pop then a lould sound from the engine sounded like an exhaust leak,no leak.checked further,more like a metallic sound idle is erattic.any ideas. my car is a 1978 911sc 3.0

3.2motor swap

Model: 911, Year:1974, Mileage:145236, Type of use:Street use only
has anyone documented 3.2 swap into 1974 911

Leaks and modern technology

Model: Carrera, Year:1976, Mileage:130K, Type of use:Street use only
I have a 2.7 MFI engine in my Carrera and we all have been told that all Porsche from the 60s & 70s leak. With all the modern technology that is available why has not the technology of sealing material not applied to the cars from the 60s and 70s. For instance using neoprene gasket material to seal transmissions and engines where we see leak issues.

Engine Rebuild

Model: 911, Year:1978, Mileage:?, Type of use:Street use only
I am trying to get my car engine rebuilt. I live in mobile, al and I was looking for a good mechanic to do the rebuild. Do you know a good mechanic that I could use? Also, I was on the internet and found a website that does engine rebuilds, http://www.motormeister.com. Do you recommend them for rebuilding engines? I need help. I love my car and want the best but need help on what to do.

Oil leaking past rocker shafts

Model: 911SC, Year:1978, Mileage:310K , Type of use:Street use only

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