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Warm-up Regulator for an 82 Turbo?

According to my local Porsche dealer, my recently purchased 82' Turbo needs a new warm-up regulator. From the dealer, the part is $950 and change. I see here that is a consistant price for an '86 Turbo. For '82 the only part listed is for a non-turbo and significantly cheaper. I am assumimg the '86 part is basically the part I need however, I was hoping someone could confim that... I'm new to the Porsche thing and still figuring out the whole implication of the European spec. 930. Thanks in advance for the help.
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I have an adjustable WUR soon for sale. If you are interested, send a PM.
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930 Wur

This place has them for $369, about 2/3 down the page.
http://www.specialtauto.com/porsche-parts/index.html
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I have an adjustable WUR soon for sale. If you are interested, send a PM.

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According to my local Porsche dealer, my recently purchased 82' Turbo needs a new warm-up regulator. From the dealer, the part is $950 and change. I see here that is a consistant price for an '86 Turbo. For '82 the only part listed is for a non-turbo and significantly cheaper. I am assumimg the '86 part is basically the part I need however, I was hoping someone could confim that... I'm new to the Porsche thing and still figuring out the whole implication of the European spec. 930. Thanks in advance for the help.
You can't fit a non turbo WUR to a turbo car, it won't have boost enrichment! Either send your WUR to Brian Leask or buy the new digital WUR from Unwired Tools. The stock WUR is going the same way as the stock 3LDZ turbo did, into the history books.
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1st post?? WELCOME, we need pics and your location!! And what are you doing at the Porsche Stealership?? You should do it yourself!!!
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Thanks for the tip JFairman. I've been in contact with the vendor and arranging a purchased. You saved me $500 +!!
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Yes, this is my first posting to the forms. I've only had my car a couple months. I purchased it from a family member who has owned in since 1988 --- I was 12 years old when he first got it and I've wanted the car ever since. Since there was a request for photos, here are a couple of my toy. Thanks everyone for the replys to my post.



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