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Looking for a 911T/ 914-6 strut (M-caliper) 18mm spindle nut. Both sides are RHT.
This nut is round with an M6 allen screw, it doesn't have a hex head like the smaller front spindle nuts I have.

The bottom washer is from a link pin VW bug, rough finish and slightly larger OD than the 911 part but it will work, unfortunately they use a double nut.


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Looking to buy a set of 2.2, 2.4 or 2.7 head mfi/cis/carb,T/E/S
Doní t have to be redone, but have to be in spec for a complet overall.
Can be core but again...in spec
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Looking for a 964 intake.
It doesn't have to be complete, I only really want the two plenum sides and not as important but the flap valve assembly would be nice.
Plastic or aluminum.
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Looking for a 964 intake.
It doesn't have to be complete, I only really want the two plenum sides and not as important but the flap valve assembly would be nice.
Plastic or aluminum.
Thanks for the lead Richard!
I have two aluminum 964 intake halves on the way.
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Yes, thank you Emile!
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Hello.

Looking for CIS system complete for 1978 3 liter. Intake, rails, injectors, airbox etc. Car currently is outfitted with Webers. Looking to return to fuel injection with an eye towards supercharging.

Thanks Steve Mc.
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Hello.

Looking for CIS system complete for 1978 3 liter. Intake, rails, injectors, airbox etc. Car currently is outfitted with Webers. Looking to return to fuel injection with an eye towards supercharging.

Thanks Steve Mc.
I would look into a programmable EFI system if turbo/supercharging was in my future. Turbo needs to be able retard the timing, not an easy thing to do with a common dizzy, but most aftermarket EFI systems have programmable ignition as well.

A CIS turbo can be done, but it has big limitations compared to EFI. All my twin plug kit is from a member with a 930 who gave up on CIS.
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Thanks Mark.

What would you recommend for efi aftermarket? Im guessing i would still need injectors, rails, intake runners and airbox. Metering also?

Steve Mc.
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Depends on your skill level, a lot of people like the MS2 or MS3, but I like the SDS because it's the easiest to program. Most use SDS or MS (MegaSquirt) because they're cheaper, but there is other more expensive systems like CE's Tec2, Haltec or the Motec plus many others.

Aftermarket FI isn't cheap, there's no complete systems although a few have almost complete packages.

Right now I'm gathering parts to build a intake for my 3.0 twinplug using a SDS EM5-F6 with twin coil packs that I picked up from another member. I also have an SDS EM4-F4 that I have owned since 2003 and have installed 4 engines now. Every one succesful, I've sold the previous engines it's no on my 2600Ác type 4 engine.
Below is a link to my intake project.

High performance plenum system for aftermarket EFI ?
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Thanks Mark! Great link and lots to think about now.
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I have 78 3L CIS but if you want EFI best way.
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Looking to buy a set of 2.2, 2.4 or 2.7 head mfi/cis/carb,T/E/S
Doní t have to be redone, but have to be in spec for a complet overall.
Can be core but again...in spec
I am just about to part out a 100% complete (air filter to tailpipe) 911/57 (European carbed) 2.4 motor in BC.
All parts are available.
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I have 78 3L CIS but if you want EFI best way.
Thank you. Going to go EFI.
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Looking for a distributor for my 1972 2.4l mfi

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