PORSCHE 911 IGNITION TUNE UP KIT. Conventional Ignition System -non CDI. All the components included on the kit are from high quality OEM Suppliers made in Germany and Italy as. Bosch, Beru and Bremi, they provide the best performance and reliability for your car. (1) Distributor Cap Porsche Part# 901 602 953 00 (Quality Reproduction).(1) Distributor Rotor Porsche Part# 901 602 928 01 (Quality Reproduction). (1) Ignition Point Set Porsche part# 911 602 960 00. (1) Condenser Porsche part# 901 602 931 00.
(6) Bosch Spark Plugs WR5DC Super Plus. You also receive FREE OF CHARGE a "spark plug gap tool" and a tube of synthetic dieletric grease.
To be apply on the spark plug wire boot. TECHNICAL INFO: (Helpful information tips and factory specs recommendations).
Cylinder number from rear of the car: 1-2-3 left bank and 4-5-6 right bank. Distributor Points Gap: 0.016 in (0.4 mm). Dwell angle : 38 +/- 3 degrees.Dynamic Ignition timing: 35 degrees BTDC at 6000RPM (with vacuum line disconnected where applicable). Spark Plug Gap: 0.024 in / 0.60mm (factory spec). NOTE : Several factors may be taken in consideration to optimize the performance of the ignition. System on your Porsche regarding the spark plug gapping, today's fuel octane and density. Specs with addition of Alcohol is one of them, in general the gaps can be adjusted between. 030, if you have a aftermarket ignition system installed such as MSD you may. Increase the gap in order to obtain a larger spark. THE USE OF CONDENSER: The Porsche 911 models from 1965 to 1968 utilized a condenser. The reason is that the condenser basically prevents a formation of a arc between the points when they open, this is the time when a high discharge will be fed through the coil to your spark plugs, this high discharge without the condenser can burn the point surfaces, on the later models from 1969 up equipped with the CDI system (Capacitor Discharge Ignition has a the ignition box located on the LH side of your engine compartment made by Bosch), the points are simply the trigger for the circuitry in the CDI box and do not see the high current loads of the older ignition systems where the points were directly in the coil current path, therefore the use of the condenser is not necessary. Please check our other listings for individual ignition parts, spark plug wiring.