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  1. Dale Durbin
    03-09-2018 05:26 PM - permalink
    Dale Durbin
    Hello Tony, hope all is well. I hope the weather has turned better
    Ur way. Haven't heard from you so just hoping all is well.
    Dale Durbin
  2. crashmy911
    01-12-2018 07:44 PM - permalink
    Tony how are you! Hope thing are well. Motor still running like a champ!!!!
  3. roadster49
    12-07-2017 07:20 PM - permalink
    Hi Tony,
    Hope all is well. My car has run well all summer, but the battery has died a few times. I found the alternator was not charging. Put in a new alternator and have the same problem. Can you confirm the location of the blue wire please. Or what might be causing the low charge. I have posted the issue in the forum

  4. brentrussell
    06-29-2017 10:55 PM - permalink
    Hi Tony,
    Have posted a thread with my current CIS issue, hopefully you can share some wisdom.

    Many thanks

  5. artwangler
    03-21-2017 11:05 PM - permalink
    Hello Tony,
    I noticed that you are extremely knowledgeable regarding CIS components. May I ask you a question?

    I am reconstructing a '79 911 CIS after my engine caught fire. All my vacuum hoses burned-up, so I am starting from a 'blank page.'
    (My 911 is a 1974 2.7, but I swapped in a CIS from a 1979 3.0. The WUR is stamped "045")

    For 'acceleration enrichment', I've run a vacuum hose from the 'nipple' on top of the WUR to a vacuum port on the throttle body, below the butterfly valve. (The same vacuum source that activates the 'bell shaped' decel valve.) Vacuum applied to the nipple on top of the WUR increases the control pressure.

    Can you advise me regarding the 'nipple' at the base of the WUR? Does it need to be connected somewhere? (When I pull a vacuum from the nipple on the base of the WUR, the control pressure is unchanged.)

    I sincerely appreciate any advise you'd care to pass on.
  6. Len 911
    11-12-2016 04:40 PM - permalink
    Len 911
    Tony, when you install the intake manifold gaskets do you use any sealant. I have read some use curl-the and some use nothing. What method do you use.
  7. Easy Tiger
    11-06-2016 06:23 PM - permalink
    Easy Tiger
    Hi Boss,

    Someone on Pelican recommended you for a WUR rebuild. Interested / suggest someone?
  8. 80targablue
    08-08-2015 02:04 PM - permalink
    1980 911 starts but stalls in about 10 seconds over and over if I spray starting fuild it will run longer but stalls later. Any one have help it did this at the end of last summer then a couple times this spring then ran great until a couple weeks ago and back to start then stall. Any suggestion
  9. Len 911
    06-02-2015 08:39 AM - permalink
    Len 911
    Tony I hope you get better soon, I wanted to know if you have a list of people you have rebuilt there motors for here on pelican or Dorkiphus, I am in the process of getting a leak down and compression tested, If I need to have the motor rebuilt I will be calling you.. just looking for references. Do you belong to the web site Dorkiphus it is a local Porsche site.
  10. roadster49
    05-02-2015 11:32 AM - permalink
    Hi Tony
    Looks like I will need to drop the engine again

    I got all the lines off the FD except the one closest to the center crankcase ventilation pipe

    I was able to get 1 screw loose on the F D, but 2 would not budge and in trying I damaged the tops
    So that's where I am. Probably be a few weeks before I can send parts. Any ideas welcome


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