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69 911e MFI Pump For Sale

*** SOLD **** Thanks!***
I've got a MFI pump for a 1969 911E available.

-It came with a project engine and is surplus to my needs (I've got carbs).

-It turns freely and I removed the side plate and found it to be well coated in oil with no corrosion.

-I'll post the numbers on the Bosch ID plates later tonight.

-This would make an ideal candidate for a rebuild / respec

Looking for $240 USD + shipping

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Andrew M
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Some numbers for the above pump:

Bosch plate on top of pump
90319175
0408 126 006

Bosch plate on upper left side
PED6KL 60/120 R1 Z

Bosch plate on lower left side
EP/RLA 1/24 R

Hope this helps!

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Anyone?

Anyone?
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I'm thinking about it. I have a T pump that need a rebuild, but if yours is O.K. then it'd be tempting.
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Hey Tyson - I'd think that this pump would need a going through as well. Unfortunately I don't have a way of testing it - other than giving it a visual once over. If there is anything in particular you want me to report back on let me know. I'll try to get some pictures up soon as well.

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The important thing to check is the control rack, to see that it moves freely. This is accessed at the rear of the pump where you will find a plastic cap. Remove the cap and with a biro of some sort , the blunt end of a pencil, pen whatever push back against the rack. If it is not all gummed with varnish-fuel deposits it should spring back freely. There is a wealth of information in Pelicans tech - MFI section. By the way I was told by Ex Vlasic Polak mechanic that usually the last thing that goes wrong with an mfi system is the pump itself. He said theyre usually good for 300,000 miles.
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Thanks for the help Ed!
I checked the control rack and it does move in about 1/2 inch and returns freely. The more I read about it, the more intrigued by MFI I am, but I have to clean out the storage space at the condo - no garage . I'll get some pictures up soon.

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Pump Pictues

Price now $200 + shipping!
Here are some pic's


Left Side of Pump:




Right Side of Pump:




Left Side of Pump - Plate Removed:




These pictures have been somewhat shrunk - if you want any detailed shots, let me know and I'll send them out.

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anyone want this before it hits eBay?

let me know....

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I'll take it.

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