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i'm looking for more detailed information about 996 engine internals. things like valve size, maximum lift, cam specifications, etc. searched here, google, amazon... closest i've gotten is engine rebuild books that are more how-to than reference.

any recommendations?

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i'm looking for more detailed information about 996 engine internals. things like valve size, maximum lift, cam specifications, etc. searched here, google, amazon... closest i've gotten is engine rebuild books that are more how-to than reference.

any recommendations?

You might look at the factory repair manual set. I believe the majority of the information your looking for is in there. :)

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You might look at the factory repair manual set. I believe the majority of the information your looking for is in there. :)

thanks for the reply. i'll check into a repair manual set. it might be just what i need. i understand that it's at least 1000 pages. nothing like a little light reading. :)

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You might look at the factory repair manual set. I believe the majority of the information your looking for is in there. :)

thanks for the reply. i'll check into a repair manual set. it might be just what i need. i understand that it's at least 1000 pages. nothing like a little light reading. :)

Last time I checked it was over 5855 pages plus schematics...

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You might look at the factory repair manual set. I believe the majority of the information your looking for is in there. :)

thanks for the reply. i'll check into a repair manual set. it might be just what i need. i understand that it's at least 1000 pages. nothing like a little light reading. :)

Last time I checked it was over 5855 pages plus schematics...

Well there´s no need to read the whole thing: the engine sections are what you need to know, right?

Unfortunately the manuals do not include too much information about the engine specifications. I did a complete rebuild by myself and the problem was I couldn´t find the specs either. However the manual explains very well the whole process.

Kare

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