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Fuel distributor 930 help!!

Is it possible to use a 930 3.3 fuel distributor on a 1976 3.0?
I think it is the same air flow sensor ( Mixture control unit) in 1976 as in 1978?
to me it looks the same ! I want to use a 3.3 Bosch 0 438 100 037 distributor on my 1976 Any one now if it works??
my engine is now 3.2 lit



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It will work just fine. I think it's the same one that came on a '76.

You should have the proper warm up regulator or an adjustable warm up regulator set up for your motor to bolt it on and have correct air fuel ratios.
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My guess is no.

The SC can support 300hp max, 930 about 450.

I think the system press'r is higher on the 930.

I am not sure.
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Where did he say it's an SC?

A 1976 turbo is 3.0 liters, so thats the way I interpreted it.
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The original poster through out a lot of numbers, but said his engine was a 3.2 in the last sentence.
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Sorry, my mistake.

In that case, agreed. should work fine if a 3.0T. Being that it has been opened up to a 3.2 should not be of much issue as it being a air flow sensing system it self adapts.

If the thought is sense it is a 3.2 it needs the 3.3 FD, not necessary.
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I Did try it on

My engine is bored to 3.2 short stroke turbo
but I did try it on and it poor out gasoline in injectors already when fuel pump runs!!
it was a remanufakted fuel distributor but maybe the plunger is stocked open
have to take it off and see
ore any other idea???
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When a fuel distributor is sitting the way yours is in that picture, the weight of that cast iron fuel head can bend the little steel tab upwards that is bent over the bottom of the control plunger to keep it from sliding out and landing on the floor or something. That can also happen if it's bumped hard enough during shipping.

It's best to store them upside down so that doesn't happen or supported around the control plunger when right side up.

If that tab is bent upwards enough the fuel head will never shut off fuel just like your experiencing.
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I love the idea of a short stroke turbo.

The Fuel-Distributor pictured is covered in dirt. If it had fuel in it after the rebuild, it could also be gummed up.
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it has not bin in fuel i got it in a package
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