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distributor vaccum lines

Well, I thought I labeled them well enough (and took enough pics), but with the nine months that have passed, and the many mods in addition to an engine overhaul, I am uncertain about the placement of the advance and retard vaccum lines from the distributor. . . can someone point me in the direction of pics/diagrams of the 930 (1987) vaccum system?

Thank you, Ronnie
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Hi mine is blue on the front red on the back
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Hello and thanks, but I really need to know where the advance and retard lines go (which goes to the throttle body nipple, which goes to the retard switch etc) . . .

I'm not evern sure which is the advance and which is the retard nipple of the distributor . . . which one is part of the diaphram housing on the "back" of the distributor?

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I remember a link to someone who had taken dozens of excellent pics of a 930 engine before and during dissasembly but cannot find it now . . . can anyone recall this thread and point me to it?

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The red one is disconnected and went at the front. Mines a Euro ROW car. 930/66.

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OK - so the red line (not in the pic) goes all the way to the little, two-nipple, vac switch on the front of the enging (near the oil pressure switch) correct?

And the blue line (in the pic) goes to the vac switch mounted on the the turbo intake section that also supports the intercooler (top nipple), correct?

And then a line runs from this switch (front side nipple) to a nipple on the throttle body, correct?

I have some pics of this but they are just not complete enough . . .

Thanks for the help!

Ronnie
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hi the blue goes to the back of throttle body to the vacuum switch at the oil breather to the front adv. port on dis the red goes from the front of the throttle body to the vacuum to the rear retard port
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OK - so the red line (not in the pic) goes all the way to the little, two-nipple, vac switch on the front of the enging (near the oil pressure switch) correct?

And the blue line (in the pic) goes to the vac switch mounted on the the turbo intake section that also supports the intercooler (top nipple), correct?

And then a line runs from this switch (front side nipple) to a nipple on the throttle body, correct?

I have some pics of this but they are just not complete enough . . .

Thanks for the help!

Ronnie
The red line goes to a small device screwed in somewhere on top of the front of the engine. I don't recall where the blue line goes.
Note that my car is a euro not a USA car.
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Fitting - New service kit.
Needs Fitting - Innovate XD-16 Kit, Kokeln IC. Stephen's K27 HFS, EVO Intake Assy & his Modded USA Fuel Head.

1983 UK 911 3.2 Carrera Sport Coupe. Black, Black Leather with Red Piping, Black Alloy Gear Knob, K&N Air Filter Element, Turbo Tie rods.
Needs Fitting - K&N CO Sensor, Round A/F Dial Gauge, Factory Short Shift Kit.

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