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How do identify Euro Cis and Injectors?

Hello, I am trying to find out how to identify whether or not the CIS coponents are EURO and not US. Specifically the lines, fuel head, injectors, etc. Thanks!
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Euro fuel head is black, US one is silver i believe. Can't help with the rest
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Part Numbers are the only definitive way to identify.
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Hello, I am trying to find out how to identify whether or not the CIS components are EURO and not US. Specifically the lines, fuel head, injectors, etc. Thanks!
I have a 1982 euro system sitting on a shelf. I live near Milwaukee ( Noth side ) so you can inspect anytime. Otherwise I believe the Fuel head is the same until Porsche reintroduced the Turbo in 1986 to the US market and was more restrictive for emission reasons. However as RarlyL8 posted, part ###s are the sure way as some cars had parts changed when serviced ( or when EPA certified ), or to pass some states emission testing, over the years.
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Aren't the Euro fuel lines much bigger than the US up to a certain year?
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Cow, you are correct, the Euro lines are bigger, I was hoping someone may know the size difference between them, if I could simply measure the OD or?

Tony thanks for the offer, I will take you up on that!

PM me your number, maybe this weekend I could stop by if you have the time.
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