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3.6l engine swap, who know this article?


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Hi guys

I´ve been spending hours and hours in internet searching information about how to install a 3.6/3.8l engine into a early Boxter/996.

I came across one article, but when I saved it, only one part was succesful. I have no idea from where I found it.

Does somebody recognise this article? I remember it was a guy in the USA, who workis in a company doing the engine swaps for Boxters.

All the best,

Kare, Spain

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Hi guys

I´ve been spending hours and hours in internet searching information about how to install a 3.6/3.8l engine into a early Boxter/996.

I came across one article, but when I saved it, only one part was succesful. I have no idea from where I found it.

Does somebody recognise this article? I remember it was a guy in the USA, who workis in a company doing the engine swaps for Boxters.

All the best,

Kare, Spain

Hi Kare

Not exactly sure where the article is but do a search on user tholyoak - he wrote it! Todd is a very helpful and knowledgeable guy as well. If you cant find it here, have a look on the boxster racing board, he may have posted it there.

Keep us posted on your progress as I'm looking to go down the same track.

Cheers

Dennis

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Hi

This article is not written by Todd.

The author works in a company doing the engine swaps, but I cannot remember the name nor the company name. I´ve been searching all the forums I know (I think there are more than 10 of them), but no success...

Hi guys

I´ve been spending hours and hours in internet searching information about how to install a 3.6/3.8l engine into a early Boxter/996.

I came across one article, but when I saved it, only one part was succesful. I have no idea from where I found it.

Does somebody recognise this article? I remember it was a guy in the USA, who workis in a company doing the engine swaps for Boxters.

All the best,

Kare, Spain

Hi Kare

Not exactly sure where the article is but do a search on user tholyoak - he wrote it! Todd is a very helpful and knowledgeable guy as well. If you cant find it here, have a look on the boxster racing board, he may have posted it there.

Keep us posted on your progress as I'm looking to go down the same track.

Cheers

Dennis

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