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    porsche 993 carrera S
  1. what kind of horsepower can you expect from dr supercup racing cams
  2. no the clucth is not slipping its just like the cams are starting to "come on" as you said but its go through the rev range like it used to. could the fuel filter or any other filter be causing a power problem. what kind of horsepower should i be seeing from the cams if i were to put it on a dyno. the cams are dougherty racing cams the model is the super cup
  3. yes the timed near top is true at about 4000 rpm the car has a crazy sound but doesnt move very fast. could something be disconnected that could cause the car to lose alot of power also the car was converted to solid lifters
  4. does anybody know what that could be or something that i could check with out removing the engine?
  5. oh i shouldnt of used the word slow because its quick but has lost alot of power
  6. i have a 1995 911 993 with a fresh rebuilt engine everything was changed the engine has supercup cams from dr cams and the car seems to be slow and i dont know why can anyone help oh and the motor has less than a 1000 miles on it
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