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Isn't the BOV shown here for a later 390? 1076 or 1977? 930 110 150 4R

Shouldn't the 1975 930 BOV end in 1R?

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Old 01-30-2018, 11:08 AM
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What is the Bosch part number for the WUR? -016 or the -022?

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Pff,thats going to be hard.
I am looking for the same airbox,wich is different from the 76'
So if you find 2 let me know


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Hi, I just jumped into the same kind of project. 1975 930 (number 150). Any ideas where I can find a plastic air cleaner? Thanks, Rod


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Old 01-30-2018, 11:36 AM
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What is the Bosch part number for the WUR? -016 or the -022?

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Hi Rahl
These are the questions i like,this bov was the only one i had available.
Do you know if there is a difference?
The wur is 016
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There are three or four guys on PP with a 1975 930. Maybe they can chime in with part numbers.

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I have a 3.0 BOV with the part # 930 110 150 5R. After the part # is stamped 35/5
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Pff,thats going to be hard.

I am looking for the same airbox,wich is different from the 76'

So if you find 2 let me know


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4R BOV on my 75.
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Hah,thanks
I know yours is very original,so i stick to this.
Just had a drink whit a local friend of me,he bought a 75' in the US that will arrive next thuesday build nr 75,really in brown metallic.
The correct dated heads went on,74' build date like may other parts on this chassis.


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FYI, I have a few of the aluminum turbocharger oil reservoir screen plugs that was exclusive to the 930/50 engine used in 1975 Turbos (and the carry over 1976 models), which is no longer available anywhere. Mine was damaged from years of use (and threads were very poor), so I had several machined in aluminum. It does not come with the screen so you have to reuse the existing screen from your old one (or find a suitable replacement screen). I am going to dull down the one that I put on the car with steel wool or something similar since out of the box it is a little too shiny for me.



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Thanks Ryan
Looks even better in real,happy to have it.
The drive train is pretty much complete now,so i started whit the chassis.
Can somebody confirm me this diffrences whit a 76’?
The parcel shelf has the seatbelt conections like RS,the luggage strap holders only below rear seat?



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Rod,i have a few of those 76’ which are more around
The 75’’first series is different,i found one.
The closings are clips,have a look at the photo.

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Have a look at the photos of Rlane930,who owns a very original 75’
The adventures of a 76' 930 restoration
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Yes, with clips.

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Getting closer...can a 76 be modified to have the 75 look or better not even try?


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I dont believe a 76 can be modified to look like a 75 airbox. But it might be worth a shot. The clips are nothing special, same as any mercedes air cleaner from the 60's, 70's and 80's. the little rectangular pieces to hold the clips actually look homemade and are merely pop-riveted to the box. I have both types of filters. they are also a different plastic. 76 boxes are a denser, heavier plastic.The 75 boxes are flimsy and terrible to use. its super difficult to change the filter. you have to remove the entire box to get the filter in. even then its bad because the plastic is not very stiff, it has a lot of flex so when you fasten all 6 clamps, inevitably, one or more pops open.
by the way, I would like to know where I can send my fan to be chromated the way Dwerkz did but here in the states
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another thing, Ryan is correct on the 75 turbo oil drip tank in regard to the big aluminum drain plug Also, if Im not mistaken the tanks are made out of steel, Rust!! whereas the later ones through the end of 930 production were made of stainless steel. These 75 turbos have a mouthful of Hens teeth pertaining to rare, one year only parts which make them so fascinating and considering the silly low production numbers, carrera RS's cant shake a stick at these IMO
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When in the 76 model year did the air box change? Mine is a Nov 75 build and has the earlier airbox.
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