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I have the original IFD4 (0231129033) distributor on my ti. superceeded by the famous 0231151008.

Ignition parts are not listed with local vendors for my specific distributor. Wandering if I have the good ones.

Also, table for conversion from 10 digits to 5 digits would be helpfull.

Cap 1235522058 (03012)

Rotor 1234332074 (04004)

contacts 9232081044 or 1237013044 (01011)

Condenser 1237330292 (02090)

Plugs W8DC (Bosch says WR7DC+ OR 7900)

TIA

Pierre

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I have the original IFD4 (0231129033) distributor on my ti. superceeded by the famous 0231151008.

Ignition parts are not listed with local vendors for my specific distributor. Wandering if I have the good ones.

Also, table for conversion from 10 digits to 5 digits would be helpfull.

Cap 1235522058 (03012)

Rotor 1234332074 (04004)

contacts 9232081044 or 1237013044 (01011)

Condenser 1237330292 (02090)

Plugs W8DC (Bosch says WR7DC+ OR 7900)

TIA

Pierre

I have a 1995 Bosch Ignition Parts book.

Best I can do from it is a listing for '67 2000CS with a different distributor: 0 231 129 026.

It lists:

Points 01 011

Condenser 20 010

Plugs W7DC (.024)

Distributor cap 03 012

Rotor 04 008

Plug wire set 09 012

Coil 00 012

It is probably worth your while to check with one of the vendors who have long-term 02 familiarity, like Carl Nelson, as to what is best these days.

I'm pretty sure that there is a 70s 911 point set that is an improvement over the '044' set, but don't remember the number.

Please post what you find out.

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Seems Bosch has been diddling the part numbers again, plus my sources no longer have non-resistor plugs. Bosch is pushing "Super Plus" plugs as replacements for Super plugs. It's difficult to filter the marketing BS and decode the details of the changes: http://rb-aa.bosch.com/advastaboschaa/Product.jsp?prod_id=77&ccat_id=26&language=en-GB&publication=1

If you've been using W8DC, you need what now sells as WR-8-DC+ (Bosch), 7905 (Bosch), or 12-12-1-276-283 (BMW). The R means resistor, meaning that the plug has integral radio noise suppression resistance. The + means Super Plus.

W7DC plugs have been replaced by WR-7-DC+ or 7900.

Either resistor or non-resistor plugs should work fine in your car.

Whatever you do, do NOT get platinum plugs.

For the other ignition parts, try this Bosch parts finder: http://www.boschautoparts.com/Resources/VehiclePartFinder/

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