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1983 porsche 930 European Version

I just recently bought a 1983 European Version 930. I was a previous owner of a 1986 Carrera. I ve noticed that most Turbo parts are for US versions so I need some help regardin some items that I need to buy for my new car:

spark plugs
ignition wires
fuel filter
Distributor
oil filter


If anyone has idea, which year (from US versions) should fit my 1983?????

Thanks
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I don't think there were any significant differences in any of those between 80 and 86. With the exception of the distributor.. I know I use the same for everything for my 79 engine and my 86. Have never replaced the distributor
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The CIS and ignition are different dependent on the engine type. To get the exact parts for your car you need to identify the engine type number. For example 930/63 is a '78/9 US California engine with all the associated smog parts.
The Euro engines had a much more simple setup with more aggressive ignition curve and bigger fuel head. Filters and wires were likely the same.
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