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2002 Porsche 911 M96 996 3.6 liter engine rebuild DIY


Description

C4 barn find car with blown engine - step-by-step illustrations of complete engine rebuild at hand of hundreds of images

I could not find a complete docu. for myself on the web when I started - so here I am sharing the  documentation of my DIY rebuild of a M96 996 3.6L (3-chain) engine - form removal of the engine form car, teardown to the rods, assembly & putting back into car, and which runs fantastic now. 

 

Illustrations at hand of a few hundred images out of my photo-set which you can click to enlarge on the microsite as well. 

 

 I hope I can encourage sb. to do this work on your own too. It is absolutely  doable (I have no automotive background , but I am scientist, mostly doing engineering in nanotechnology, and I am passioned about restoring old  motorcycles and engines ), and if you love engines - you will enjoy this as I did (and bring the hated 996 back to life).

 

Link to docu:

http://ow.ly/SjDf30fJkID

 

 

snapshoot  of the image set  the docu. picks from...

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