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  1. grinem
    10-31-2017 09:53 PM
    hey greg iv'e emailed mary twice now to get details to order parts but i'm getting no response, i
    hope everything is ok and iv'e just got the wrong email.
    regards Adrian
  2. grinem
    09-06-2017 09:45 AM
    G'day Greg, my name is Adrian I live in victoria Australia, I have a 1984 928s late year edition ROW, I am about to upgrade the injectors to what is listed below,my question is, do you still sell the custom caps, what is the price + postage and are the injectors below suitable.
    now from your earlier posts it seems it is the same part number but it would be good to get your input.

    Part Number:FMS-M-9593-A302

    Flow Rate (lbs/hr): 24 lbs./hr.
    Flow Rate (cc/min): 255.0cc/min
    Injector Impedance: 11-18 ohms
    Driver Type: 12V saturated circuit
    Overall Height (in): 3.0450 in.
    Seat to Seat Height (in): 2.563 in.
    Manifold O-Ring Outside Diameter (in): 0.545 in.
    Fuel Rail O-Ring Outside Diameter (in): 0.523 in.
    Injector Plug Style: Jetronic/Minitimer

    I am also considering installing an inline fuel pump, whats the highest pressure i can go without changing the ecu settings.

    cheers for any help you can give me
  3. sharknose
    03-30-2017 11:58 PM
    Hi Greg, Thanks for directing me to the Dickers that had the white 91 GT. I bought it a couple weeks back and love the car.
    Best regards,
    Charlie Hawkins
    Laguna Beach
  4. silbershark
    08-01-2016 05:04 PM
    Hi Greg, I've been reading exhaust posts and would like to know what you can make for an '82 4.7 ROW. Pictures?
    Thank,
    Karen
  5. Tmm20
    04-29-2016 07:44 AM
    Total piece of s h I t, likely has erectile dysfunction.
  6. polcan
    01-21-2016 07:00 PM
    Hi Greg
    Sry to bother you again .Found this missing pages from my WSM .

    http://jenniskens.livedsl.nl/Technic...pre%201984.pdf

    Is that procedure you were referring to,
    my measurements come to 8.3 mm +0.5 preload =8.8 mm shims is that too much or about average ?
    [email protected]
    Thx
    Mac
  7. MainePorsche
    03-12-2013 07:17 PM
    Greg,
    Greetings. My name is Craig Schiff, and I'm the MainePorsche guy with that odd and sudden transmission failure. I haven't posted in some months for various reasons, but now I have returned. If you could look at my thread I would be grateful. Yesterday I checked the Operating Pressure and it was 8 kPa not the 16 it is supposed to be. I guess there was enough pump pressure to suck the reservoir down on visual, but apparently not enough pump to allow for operation of the transmission. You had made mention of a pressure relief valve failure that could be an obscure cause of the problem (this was before I posted the Op. Pressure values I have). Have a look at my last posts or PM me. I would be grateful for I don't know how to proceed yet. I was hoping the pressure was good and it was the shift regulator valve. Please have a look and help me with this. I think I know where it is going to lead...I would only trust one of your rebuilt units.
    Thank you,
    Craig Schiff

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