a view of two different cylinders. The one on the left is
a race Carrera 6 and has more cooling fins and a different
cylinder lining than the street 911S cylinder on the right.
have been installed and now the cylinders are going on. The
tool that Kevin is using is a strap ring compressor. This
clamps all of the rings tight and allows the cylinder to be
another view of the engine.
the cylinders have been put on they get checked with a straight
edge to make sure that they are all the same height. If not
then base gaskets are used to compensate.
the new, big valve, big port, twin plug cylinder heads. They
were altered from new street heads to replicate normal Carrera
of cylinder heads has been put on.
tower has been added and now the camshaft timing is being
the gauge with which the timing is checked.
putting the last hose back on the cooler after removing all
of the oil lines and tank. The entire oil system was purged
due to the metal chunks that may have been in the system after
the blowing of the engine.
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