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Good Source for CIS tester

I'm trying to find a source for a CIS tester that works on my 1896 930. I tried Pelican and Performance Products, but long lead times are an issue.

Does anyone have a trusted source for this product?

Regards, Dave
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Old 02-23-2009, 08:33 AM
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Rather low brow, but here ya go:
http://www.jcwhitney.com/FUEL-INJECTION-TESTER-FOR-CIS-K-JETRONIC-BOSCH-SYSTEMS/GP_2008126_N_111+1976+200729138+600003510_10101.jc w
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http://www.jcwhitney.com/MITYVAC-FUEL-INJECTION-PRESSURE-TEST-KIT/GP_2004168_N_111+1985+200729143+600003510_10101.jc w

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S&G CIS K-Jetronic Fuel Injection Tester
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Old 02-23-2009, 08:54 AM
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I have this one made by "Star", works great and comes in a red plastic case with a bunch of brass adaptor fittings.

Never seen it for less $, and often comes in a cardboard box without the case for a little more...
http://www.toolsource.com/fuel-injection-tester-bosch-p-93217.html?sourceid=trafficleader
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I have this one made by "Star", works great and comes in a red plastic case with a bunch of brass adaptor fittings.

Never seen it for less $, and often comes in a cardboard box without the case for a little more...
http://www.toolsource.com/fuel-injection-tester-bosch-p-93217.html?sourceid=trafficleader
That's pretty much what I have.
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I don't know exactly what you are testing but here is a cheap gauge for control pressure.

http://unwiredtools.com/utcis-cpgauge.asp

This may also be helpful.
http://unwiredtools.com/manuals/cisflowtest.pdf
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I bought one at a local tool store that carries lots of specialty car tools. It's worth a look if you're in a big city.
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Thanks for all of the great advice ... I found one on Amazon for $83

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0002SR5NU

Regards, Dave
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I don't know exactly what you are testing but here is a cheap gauge for control pressure.

http://unwiredtools.com/utcis-cpgauge.asp

This may also be helpful.
http://unwiredtools.com/manuals/cisflowtest.pdf
I really LIKE the simplicity of the Unwired Tools gauge setup! Looks real easy to connect, and may even lend itself to permanent installation so a person can keep tabs on his pressures anytime at a glance. Are you using this personally, or did you just happen to come by the link?
I'm in the market for one, since I will soon be needing to check out where my pressures have settled to. In the final stages of tuning what has been a progressive modification over the years.
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I have a cis tester that I have never used and never will now that I am going to EFI if you want it we can work something out.
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My tester I have 70.00 plus shipping

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I really LIKE the simplicity of the Unwired Tools gauge setup! Looks real easy to connect, and may even lend itself to permanent installation so a person can keep tabs on his pressures anytime at a glance. Are you using this personally, or did you just happen to come by the link?
I'm in the market for one, since I will soon be needing to check out where my pressures have settled to. In the final stages of tuning what has been a progressive modification over the years.
I have one but I have never bothered to connect it, I bought it as a just-in-case tool to have around. I had the same idea about leaving it connected permanently but the hose is plastic and I was worried about abrasion, I suppose you could wrap it with tech-flex or something similar.
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