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Fuel acumulator?

Are there any difference in fuel accumulator?
They look the same as the normal 911.
I have a 87 930 ,and was wondering because i have a early 80s 911 one they look the same but are they different inside?

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I guess the trick would be to look up the part numbers and see if they are the same or different.
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there are many fuel accumulators. besides number of ports 2,3 etc.. the amount of fuel they hold(cc,s) is important too.
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I'm curious about this also. I just replaced an accumulator in my 77 and the replacement / superseded part was significantly smaller in capacity. Cured the problem. But, maybe I'm being hyper-sensative, I swear I feel a new slight miss at part throttle. I'm really wondering about the AF ratios under load..........

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Just changed my accumulator and filter which made the car run uber rich. The old accumulator was a lot bigger than the new one. Adjusted AFs and toight as a tiger now.

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I've just changed both on mine and fingers crossed it has cured a few issues???
Frenchstick.......on your 'before' picture that fuel filter looks a very old design, any idea how old that would have been, could it have been te original?
When ever i replace servicable items now i always use a Sharpie to put a date on the new part for future reference.
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Aaahh... as ashamed as I am to say, it could have well been . It was a Bosch filter and surprisingly had little gunk in it when opened. To be changed a bit more frequently from now on.
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