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more pics coming

I will be adding more pictures soon (eventually)
Right now I'm waiting for my distributor to come back from getting rebuilt and recurved by Barry Hershon at IAE. As soon as that's back and the car is running again, the next available weekend I'll put the carbs in and photograph everything. Meanwhile, thread is open for anyone to post more PMO install pictures, or your experience balancing them, or details about getting the jets right, etc.
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Oh, thanks. I must have missed it, I wasn't denying that my post was spam though.
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injection system removed

Here's a shot of the engine with the injection system removed.
The intake runner nuts were a battle, but I used a swivel socket and a magnet to pickup the nuts and washers.
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old intake studs

Here's a picture of the original intake studs.
These need to be replaced by slightly longer studs that come with the PMO complete kit.
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intake studs removed

Here's a shot of the intake studs removed.
I let these soak for a bit in liquid wrench penetrating oid, then used the double nut method to remove them. All in all they came out pretty easy.
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Old and new stud

Here's a pic of the old and new stud.
The new ones are only a little longer to account for the heat shields that go between the head and the PMO intake manifolds.
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new studs installed.

Here's a shot of the new studs installed.
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PMO regulator

Here's a shot of the PMO regulator installed and connected to the inlet and return lines.
The bottom connection is the inlet and the top connection is the return line.
This is not marked on the regulator, but PMO documentation has a diagram that shows which way to hook it up.
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More PMO install pics

More PMO install pics.
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PMO installation

Final shots of PMO installation.
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The only issue I ran into at all during installation was that the PMO intake manifold gaskets were slightly too large to fit through the fan shroud cover onto the heads. The thermal insulators were perfectly sized however so I used them as a template to trim the gaskets down so they would fit. Actually used a bench grinder to shave gaskets down evenly and it worked great, could trim more than 1 at a time.
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Oh yea, I did run into one more problem but it was pretty easily solvable. When I first hooked up all the linkages I could not get wide open throttle, the linkages from the bellcrank at the transmission seemed too long. After taking up all the slack in the adjusters at both the linkages coming to and leaving the bellcrank at the transmission I had enough movement to obtain WOT.
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Nicely done, now comes the fun part.
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Nicely done, now comes the fun part.
+1... Next pic sow show the fan spinning
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oh btw, it fired right up.
I'm taking it to jones autowerks in san antonio for setup and balancing.
They've been setting up 911 carbs for over 40 years.
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Any feedback? Did you get it all sorted?
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Great pics and good info. Question: When installing the manifolds is the order from the engine up - gasket, thermal insulator, gasket, manifold?
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