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Thread: 2.0 engine parts

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    2.0 engine parts

    is there a source for good 2.0L P/C out there? No chinese stuff. For my friend's 68 911L, 130hp. Just stock build, no hot rod.
    Last edited by Jules Dielen; 03-23-2019 at 06:54 AM.

    air cooled only

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    Instagram Model Frank Beck's Avatar
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    How about an NOS set?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Beck View Post
    How about an NOS set?
    He actually drives the car, so it would not be NOS for very long. But anything is an option.

    air cooled only

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    easier to upgrade to a 2.2?

    air cooled only

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    Early 911S Registry # 237 NeunElf's Avatar
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    911S? 911? 911T?

    There are some available:

    I sourced JE Pistons for my 356A Super from LN Engineering. The engine hasn't exploded.
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    Thank you for the links Jim, it's for a 68 L. I'll try Marco first.

    air cooled only

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    Jules -- I have set of 80 mm pistons and cast iron cylinders with pins that would have come in 69 2.0L 911 (not sure about 68) and 914/6. Reasonably priced. Taken from running engine.

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