Non interference twin spark
Hi guys, we'll I think most of us are tired and upset with a stupid 60.000kms/3 years timing belt replacement, so I thought about the next:
I read many Porsche owners also had problems regarding the timing belt of there cars and some of them modified the engine so that it won't be an interference one.
So, has anyone done this on a twinnie?
Would it be so difficult?
We all know there would be a loss in compression and therefore power, but I guess I rather loose 5% power but have piece of mind and more money to spend elsewhere.
Talk me about this.