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Attn: 74 2002tii owners - closeup look at the Euro intake

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I recently took some new shots of the Euro intake manifold I have.

This is the bottom view, not much to look at but notice the 1974 casting mark.

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Top side, this shows the differences (see the arrows) where the additionl vacuum lines are not drilled out at all.

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While I can't confirm this, my suspicion is that in Germany, since many many TII's were exported, there were few to be sold. Hence, enthusiasts over time there have sought the TII parts from the parts catalog and built their own. There are tons of parts over there for TII's, which probably outnumber the actual production sold there officially as a TII.

There are more to be had, you just need to dig around and ask :)

Keith

'74tii - Stella

http://www.my2002tii.com

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for a 50mm hose attachment that could extend into the passenger compartment to clean your carpet.

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That canister on the air cleaner and the vacuum lines coming off the manifold didn't exist on earlier tiis.

--Jerry

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go ahead an tap/mount/press the button, and let us know how it goes

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1) Notice how the filter-to-Kugelfischer hose does a 270-degree loop. This is the correct routing, and it keeps the hose clear of the air intake horn. A fancy wire clip (under air horn; not visible) holds the hose against the top of the Kugelfischer at the two lower injection line connections. It's fairly rare to see a tii where the correct routing has survived 30 years.

2) Notice that the Kugelfischer-to-start-valve hose makes a big loop over the #1 and #2 intake runners. This is incorrect, but I don't know the correct routing. The hose should definitely go under the #1 runner, and possibly the #2 runner as well. I've also seen it continue under the throttle body and come up between the TB and the #3 runner. One of these latter routings will keep the hose from rubbing the hood.

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cold start that I have seen, but I forgot how it went. It stayed away from the insulating foam, and it did not get in the way of the throttle body. Maybe he can chime in.

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Noticed this one is.

--Jerry

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