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1981 Porsche Parts For Sale

Just getting started on an engine rebuild and will have some parts to sell. I already replaced the CIS with ITBs so first up are some top end parts:

1) '81 CIS - complete system - Price reduced to $900
*may be willing to part out
2) Distributor (does not have drive gear - needed this for Rasant system) - $275 Sold
3) Heater blower setup with feed tubes - $150 Reduced to $125
4) Heater shroud ducts left/right - $70 Reduced to $50
5) WUR (Warm up Regulator)(Nearly new) - $200 Sold
6) Coil - $75 Sold
7) CDI with harness - $250 Sold
8) Air ventilation with ducting - $100
9) Jetronic P/N: 0 280 800 037, relay, and harness (mostly intact) - $150
10) Cruise control actuator/module - $100 Reduced to $80
11) Plug Wires - $25 Sold
12) Fuel accumulator - $50 Reduced to $40 Sold
13) M&K Muffler: MK-MKM33 single in/single out - nearly new - Price reduced to $450 Sold
14) FabSpeed: Carerra Pre-muffler Cat Bypass - nearly new = Reduce to $175 Sold
15) Stock heat exchangers: Decent shape with two small areas of corrosion - $125 Reduced to $100

I can send additional photos or info, if needed. I also have a video of the car cold starting and warming up from a couple of months ago before I began the project. Started, idled, and ran great with no issues.












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Old 11-10-2019, 08:00 PM
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What is the part number of WUR?
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I'll take the coil.
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What is part # on fuel distributor? Thanks
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Looks like the WUR part number is 0 438 140 090.

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Yes! Went ITB and it's awesome - a great learning project and result. Now I am pulling the engine to rebuild due to broken head studs. I will have some more parts for sale soon.

RHD 42mm ITBs, COP, Rasant crank trigger and distributor delete, and MS3X. Loads of fun with this project.

I am checking on the fuel distributor part number. I may have a better picture, but I will have to check.



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Hi,interested in the engine wiring harness with CD Box wiring as well.I do not need the Lamda harness.Thanks Fred
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I will take the wires ....pm me your paypal . Thanks
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Adding some additional items for sale:

1) M&K Muffler: MK-MKM33 single in/single out - nearly new - $500
2) FabSpeed: Carerra Pre-muffler Cat Bypass - nearly new = $350
3) Stock heat exchangers: Decent shape with two small areas of corrosion - $150







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Will take plug wires if still available
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What is part # on fuel distributor? Thanks
Looks like: 0 438 100 077. See pics below.





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Will take plug wires if still available
Wires have sold.
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Bump with some price reductions.
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Can you tell me about the ITBs Im dropping a 3.6 L in my 86 and I'm considering going with ITB ,don't know which ones are more reasonable and better/easier to work with.

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Can you tell me about the ITBs Im dropping a 3.6 L in my 86 and I'm considering going with ITB ,don't know which ones are more reasonable and better/easier to work with.

Thanks !
GLWS !
Oh wow! This would be hard to reply to. There are many options out there and I am probably the least qualified to review/suggest for each one. I looked at a lot of them and eventually settled on RHD ITBs. I liked the look, the style, the calibration linkage, the direct to cylinder simplicity, and then I liked the price. I communicated back and forth with Rama several times and selected the 42mm size.

I added 30 lb/hr injectors, COP (Toyota 90919-02234), Rasant crank trigger and distributor delete/Cam sensor, and selected Megasquirt MS3X to control it all. My experience with this setup has been fun and well worth it. The throttle response is amazing, the tuning capabilities is endless, and it really woke this engine up.

My plan was to add the EFI, get the bugs worked out, and then tear it down for a rebuild. So, it's now in pieces and I am in the process of the rebuild. I will change a few things with the EFI during the rebuild - adding a CHT, a knock sensor (gonna try it), and I plan to fully rewire the harness now that I'll have better access with the engine out.

I read forums, websites, and component specs for weeks before I selected everything. After a while it finally started to sink in. There are sooooo many recipes that can be assembled to work. It boils down to what you like, can understand (keep it simple or make it complicated), and can afford. If I had unlimited funds I may have selected something different, but for me, the RHD ITBs were a good fit.
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Thanks Joe for all the info , it sure helped a lot since you've done your home work on this, you right ,there are way too many options and like you I'm looking for that "Best Bang For The Buck" deal, all I need now is to find all of this stuff.
Good luck with your rebuild ! Keep us posted on how it all turns out !

Thanks again!

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