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MFI Gaskets - Part # Problem

Hopefully someone can help me out.

I have rebuilt my MFI set-up.
New gaskets from Porsche and Pelican.

The gasket that sits between the throttle bodies and the stack is listed in the PET as 901 110 191 00.

Everyone lists this part # as correct for a 2.2E set-up.

Yet the buggers don't fit.
The interior opening matches the throat of the throttle body, but the holes for the studs are well out of alignment.

Everything else from the PET fits perfectly.
But not this one.

Any suggestions greatly appreciated.







Matthew

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Here is the link to the part on Pelican.

https://www.pelicanparts.com/catalog/SuperCat/911E/POR_911E_FULINT_pg3.htm
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I ran into the same issue.

The part number on your bag is 901.110.191.00 which is as shown on PET Illustration 107-25. I believe you actually need part 901.110.191.01 as per PET 107-30.

901.110.191.00 is correct for the '69S, whereas 901.110.191.01 is for MFI equipped cars from '70 and on.

Hope that helps.
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Thanks very much Derek.
That helps a lot.
My say, it't the first time I have come across an error in the PET.
No bad considering I have spent a small fortune with PC and Pelican via its pages.
Cheers,
Matthew

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