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Is this a CIS 4.7L Euro engine?

 
Old 09-22-2013, 09:18 AM
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Originally Posted by Ronny┼ View Post
No it's not. The second vacuum for the 086 wur is missing.
Right. And no second vacuum line to the distributor.
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Old 09-22-2013, 09:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Iwanna928 View Post
Here we go! Any thoughts on what you see?
Here,s my 80 928s 4.7, for possible compare, would like to know what that cannister does under the cross brace ?


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Ken that's the nicest engine bay picture I have ever seen,
terrific work there sir!
BTW how about swappin your avatar picture for the 928
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Originally Posted by Iwanna928 View Post
Here we go! Any thoughts on what you see?
Originally Posted by Mrmerlin View Post
Ken that's the nicest engine bay picture I have ever seen,
terrific work there sir!
BTW how about swappin your avatar picture for the 928
..., coming from you Stan that is a great compliment indeed ! , thank you , yes I had considered a new avatar like you suggest, as there,s no way on Gods earth, that I,ll ever be able to afford an Iso Grifo !
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Hilton that is nice. I will look into it.

Ken your car is beautiful!
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Ken - Whey aye Man! I am with Stan that engine bay is one of the best I have seen - more please.

Who needs an Iso Grifo anyway - you have a 928
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Originally Posted by Iwanna928 View Post
Here we go! Any thoughts on what you see?
Is that hose to the aux. air valve collapsed?
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Originally Posted by Iwanna928 View Post
Hilton that is nice. I will look into it.

Ken your car is beautiful!
..., thanks Iwanna .

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Ken - Whey aye Man! I am with Stan that engine bay is one of the best I have seen - more please.

Who needs an Iso Grifo anyway - you have a 928
..., thanks too Roger, almost forgot you are a fellow "Geordie", you never loose it, great heritage ! . The imortal words of Jimmy Carter spring to mind when he visited Newcastle and discovered the phrase " Howay the lads ! "

BTW, odometer wheel you sent did a great job !

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Old 09-23-2013, 12:43 PM
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Texted the guy. Told him I could send money now and pay balance when I pick it up. Can't get there till late Oct w/ my schedule. Looks like he is not going for it. Maybe he will change his mind if no one buy's.
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..., just out of curiosity, does anyone know what the large cannister with two hoses exiting are for, just to the left and below the cross brace ?

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I suspect that canister is full of worms, whatever you do... don't open it!
Here's a picture of my 1980 Euro (928A0800107) 4.5 engine compartment. I guess my PO removed the "can of worms" after he opened it under the hood. I removed the Aux Air Valve when it caused a start/stop condition. Haven't found a good reason to put a new one on it yet. I'm sure that day is coming.


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