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I just purchased a 997 3.8 motor and I am looking to change pistons and rods. I would also like to have some porting and polishing done. Does anyone know of a reputable shop in the North East that can do this work without draining my bank account?

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It is extremely difficult to split the case

and by doing so, you will be in big money.

You will need a boor-scope to make sure a

circle clip is installed right for re-building.

Much cheaper to have a shop that works

on Porsche racing motors to tweak your

motor.

Paul

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Thanks Paul, that's what I am looking for here on the East Coast..........Any recommendations will be helpful......

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Jake Raby (Flat Six Innovations in Cleveland, Georgia; about an hour and a half outside Atlanta) is one of, if not the pre-eminent builders of the M96/97 engine. Jake offers engines from in various output configurations. He also currently has about an eight month backlog of customer engines in his shop, which also says something about his engines.

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