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Thread: CIS Fuel Injection Fuel Distributor for 1973.5 911 T

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    CIS Fuel Injection Fuel Distributor for 1973.5 911 T

    Wanted: Mechanical Fuel Injection Fuel Distributor for 1973.5 911T.

    Bosch part number: 0438 100 002.

    Any help would be appreciated.


    Last edited by Chuck Miller; 07-30-2014 at 04:56 PM.
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    Just to aid in searching, CIS is not typically called Mechanical Fuel Injection in the Porsche world, though outside of that it may be considered mechanical. It is more mechanical than the Motronic system from the 3.2 Carrera, but not the fully mechanical MFI from 1969-1973. I see it is not listed in the Pelican catalog.
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    Candyce,

    Max is right and I've edited your title....

    As far as I've been told the K-Jetronic (CIS) part you're seeking is not an easy one to find...... good luck
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    This may help...including the cross-reference info...

    http://www.yoyoparts.com/oem/4319229...438101002.html
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    You want a 0 438 100 004. My '73.5 7/73 prodution is original, and the date code is 325 whiich is May 1973.

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    Interesting.
    I bought one from a 73.5 that I thought should be a 0438 100 004 , but it was a 0438 100 006. It looked like this, a bit strange with what looks to be 6 adjustment screws on the top.

    Isn't this for a 73.5 ?


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    0438 100 006 is for a late 2.7
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    Ok.
    Is i possible to adjust the amount of fuel through every fuel injector with the screws on top?

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    Thanks. That would have been a keeper ...if I had known

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