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Volvo p1800 Manifold pressure sensor/air filter Box

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Old Aug 22nd, 2019, 13:29   #1
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I have for sale a 2nd hand MAP for a 1971 p1800E not tested. 40
Air filter box P1800E 25
Car was converted to twin carbs.

Other injection parts on car as well may be available
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Old Aug 22nd, 2019, 14:24   #2
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Would you have a set of injectors and the inlet manifold support arm
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hi JP I do have 4 injectors but they are still in the head !! so I need to get them out and blank off with some blanking plates from somewhere - sorry this won't be a quick job so not sure when I will get them out,
The Manifold bracket ? I do have a manifold but not the bracket I enc pic of manifold
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Hi, I was referring to a support bracket that bolts onto the side of the engine block and supports the inlet manifold from underneath.

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Ah ! ok, no don't have one of those sorry
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Hi.
Do you still have the intake manifold?
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Do you still have the intake manifold?
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Hi David, yes still have the Inlet manifold as per the pictures above aug 22nd,
looking for 80 plus postage
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Hi Paul.
I'll have that please, still can't PM so if you could ring me when you get a chance.
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Should have left this as well me thinks.

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Do you have the thermo timer with wiring, or the male connector that fits onto the cold start valve?

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