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  1. #71
    As I have commented...the order of the rocker shafts was lost...I have looked at them and they are fine...I think there is no wear...I did not intend to touch the camshaft but with the book in hand it says clearly that if you plan to reuse the rocker shafts or buy new ones... You must maintain order or in the event that the rockers were new, the camshaft would have to be polished, otherwise it would cause greater wear on the shaft. Being at this point, where I have no order in the rockers. I find myself obliged to polish the camshafts, correct? Even if they are in good condition... Having lost their order... is correct polishing ?

  2. #72
    Regarding the car that this engine comes from, I have a doubt. Having the engine number and knowing that it corresponds to the year 74... What relationship does it have with the 911 SC? The Sc began to be manufactured in 78? If this were so, I have a doubt... At home there has always been a 911SC logo from the vehicle to which the engine belonged. This has always confused me and now I want to ask... Is it normal for a vehicle to have the "911SC" rear logo and this engine?
    Part #: 911 559 337 01

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