Complete L-jet fuel system and ignition system off a 4.7L

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18 Mar 2019 17:02 #20757 by dcolpitts
Have a complete L-jet intake system from air box to intake runners along with wiring harness also Distributor and ezk box. I'd like to sell complete if possible, like to see it go to a member Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or leave message (512)845-4837 I'm located in the Austin, Tx area. Thanks

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19 Mar 2019 02:05 #20759 by Rich928
Please be more concise regarding your post. What year 928 is the system removed from?

The L-Jetronic fuel injection system isn't mated with an EZF spark box, it is used in the 1980 - 1984 US-spec Porsche 928s and uses the same ignition system as the earlier 1978 - 1979 928s.

If an EZF spark controller is used, the system is a 5.0 Liter 1985 - 1986 32 valve engine that uses the LH-Jetronic fuel injection system. The Euro/ROW 928 models used a slightly different LH/EZF system from 1984 - 1986, that system had no O2 sensor or catalytic convirter, no idle speed regulation and no lambda control.

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19 Mar 2019 09:25 #20761 by Rich928
The L-Jet systems have a spark box labeled "TZC" or Transistor Ignition Unit. This is an analog box that just amplifies the ignition pulse from the Hall Effect sensor in the base of the distributor.

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19 Mar 2019 18:23 #20763 by dcolpitts
Thanks for the correction, these parts came out of a 81 titled car, but when I started working on it found the engine was a M28.19 engine. Have converted to modern ecu and the ford edis ignition system. You are correct on the the ignition and distributor my bad.

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