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Cam tower spray bar steps

Thanks to everyone who posted on this previously. I would appreciate it if someone would confirm the steps for removing the spray bar in an 83 3.0 head. Is it just drill out/tap/pull the two plugs I am pointing to in the pics below? THere were some references to "location pins" in some past threads that I didn't understand.

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That's it. New ones are very cheap from Porsche
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As for me I tapped and put in pipe plugs for two reasons, can take it out with no fuss,and seems more fool proof then plugs.
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There are "locating pins" part way down the tube that hold it in place. I've never removed the spray bars, I just R&R the plugs and clean them in place.
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You're right Chris. Those pins have (I think) a 8mm hex head and must be turned out before pulling the bars out.
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all thats true,just remember there is a right side up, and dwn to them, should you elect to take them out.
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