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mfi injection pump #s

I know its a long shot but does anybody has a list of numbers for the space cam of the injection pumps? It would be nice to have a comprehensive list for the mfi nuts.

I'll start the list

69 911e pump #0408 126 002
cam #106013

69 911 e pump #0408 126 006
cam #106013
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Im real interested, just unable to contribute
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You know I used to live in Louisiana...Ah the memories, I miss the food alot.
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I'll trade you a jambalaya recipe and a case of Community Coffee for a one of those nifty cap and rotor thingies

Can I get to the spacecam on my pump without screwing the car up? I'll get the number off of the cam in my '72 2.4T pump if its pretty easy to get to.
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Crawfish Jambalaya is my fav. I just got some Boudin from my folks, aparently a supermarket stocks it in Colorado...go figure. I was in heaven.


The way to I.d. the cam is to take off the bottom plate off of the pump and look for the numbers around the lobe closest to the pulley. I don't recommend that you fart with your driver. Just the spare pumps that are lying around...you do have a spare don't you?


I was thinking of mapping the E cam that I have and posting the results.
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