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    Forged steel crank + forged steel rods, ready for install. These are all the original bits --- just restored + balanced. Note the heads of the bolts on the big-ends . . . never seen that before. Zat unique to Porsche?

    Porsche's engine case never ceases to amaze me. Seven main bearings? --- for a 2.2-liter engine? No wonder this thing 's held-together all this time!

    Case halves are numbered --- like with 356s. Makes sense, I guess . . . but never knew that




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    . . . engine casting details

    Surprising --- all the little scrapes + squiggles + smudges + voids (!) that turn up

    Looks like a marking of some kind showing-up on the side of the case

    Mg 's so light, it almost doesn't feel like metal

    Pretty surreal to think how much power this little package could put out





    Also . . .

    . . . 1st time these insides have seen the light of day since they were 1st put-together . . .WAY Back When






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    very good looking
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    . . . windage screens

    Sorry --- but I'm really gonna geek-out over these . . .


    . . . does anyone even make replacements?



    'Till Marco showed me these/told me what they were? . . . never knew these even existed!




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    . . . intermediate shaft . . .

    . . . out with the olde --- and in with the fresh . . . note the 930 part#

    Marco said the olde one would still work . . . just noisier




    No souvenir, this time. Re-cycle




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    . . . heads

    Lotsa numbers, here --- part numbers, dates, even cylinder numbers


    Also note the Porsche OEM symbols --- the highly stylized 'CV' (?) in a triangle . . .



    . . . yeah-yeah --- extra 'geeky' . . .




    . . . but I don't expect to see ANY of this for the rest of my lifetime, soooo . . .






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    More 6301439 . . .

    . . . seen on the case half --- 'M' over a crown, looks like



    Foundry, maybe?




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    Mahle? . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by LongRanger View Post
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    Foundry, maybe?

    . . . maybe?




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    Quote Originally Posted by LongRanger View Post
    . . . maybe?




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    That's my guess. I suppose they were handling the magnesium casting back in the day...
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