Looking for fun this eveningssi

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All Search Everything. Search Forums. Show Thre Show Posts. Go to Author Thread. Vincent Bad news tonight for me: I removed the 2 lower valve covers for the first time on the SC to do the valve adjustement and see the disaster. Total of 5 he studs broken : - 4 on driver's side - 1 on passenger side This is my first I had ly a I bought 1 month ago. It will be my week end driver and sometimes go on track like my I also found this strange part see picture. I am thinking about a valve stuff.

Any Idea? So I will remove the engine this week and start to change these head studs. Before this bad new I planned to changed pistons for higher compression ratio ones and regrind camshafts with profile. I want to keep the CIS fuel injection system.

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It will be my first engine rebuilt. I will do all the job on my own for Should I order 9. Do I need to change valves? What parts do I need to order? Thanks for all.

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I will kep you updated. I know the feeling, it sucks big time. On the other hand the rebuild is a great project. That is a half of a valve spring retainer. So remove the old studs, get inserts, put in new better studs and go on with life. C'est la vie. Not the end of the world. Ditto on the valve spring retainer. Since you have the later aluminum block, you may not need case inserts for the head studs.

Getting the broken studs out can be will be difficult but not impossible. There are plenty of posts out here detailing the correct technique for removing Dilivar studs. It can be done, just take your time. Jeff Alton. I see your low post total, so let me start with Welcome to the forums! You will find lots of great advice here.

The part in question is a valve keeper, well one half of one.

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If you were planning on opening the engine up anyways it really does not matter if you have none, one or many broken head studs. Yes, it is bad news, but if you were going in there anyways So, here is what I would do and have done a few times with 3. Post your questions and then progress on the "Engine rebuilding Forum" have built a few a few 3. Put the cams in that you mentioned. At any rate, get them. For a single plug 3. If on a budget, I would build a Short Stroke 3. Apparantly he measures all the cylinders for QA and makes sure they are correct IF you want to spend some cash and get a really high qualitly product, I would look to LN engineering for a set of 98mm Nickie cylinders with matched JE pistons.

This will build a pretty potent motor even with the stock CIS injection. Have FUN. I have put a few 3. Throw on a set of SSI's and they are that much better. One of the motors I did lives in California and passes smog with no troubles at all. Like I said earlier, if you planned on openning up the motor anyways, a few broken head studs is no big deal.

Thanks Jeff. So I will take my time and post pictures.

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I plan to remove the engine on saturday. I am only 24 years old and my budget is not extensible. Therefore I will go for the cheapest parts Which of the 2 following options is the cheapest? For the pistons I will wait and check if they are in the tolerances. Carrera tensionners are already installed.

Last edited by Vincent ; at AM. David's Garage Porsche 3. There's a good chance you have Alusil cylinders, in which case you probably should not change the pistons or rings unless you also change the cylinders. Spend a few hours searching the forum and you should tons of info and opinions on what options you have.

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I'd agree with John. Of course. He guided me through this procedure, and I had plenty of stud to grab onto. The thing is, the studs are glued in with red Loctite. That means you have to get those internal thre HOT. Propane will not come anywhere near the temperature you will need. When the oxy-acetylene flame gets them hot enough, you can feel them release. Keep heat on and turn them out without stopping. Like John says, this would be an excellent task to hand over to a local seasoned professional. I would disagree with the notion that Alusil cylinders shouldn't be reused.

That's the conventional wisdom, but it looks as if you are likely to have good luck doing it. I did. More than you ever expected to know about cylinder de. Agree on reusing the pistons and cyls if possible.

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