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WUR aftermarket saviour?

Started by goldacre, 10 April 2023, 01:37 AM

goldacre

Hi folks, seeing alot of WUR posts, had mine rebuilt about 12 years ago by MB Spares in Canberra Australia and so far so good  ::)

But found this today on YouTube from Kent at Mercedes Source, think it was posted today...

"Bosch K-Jetronic Fuel Injection: Say Goodbye to the Warm-Up Regulator ( WUR )" on YouTube

https://youtu.be/f_CMHKDN_qA

Looks the business  8)

G

PS apologies if slrwady posted, catching up on posts!
12/1979 450 SEL 148K on clock (museum piece)
12/1986 Lotus Esprit Turbo 87K on clock 'Darling, look what Q has brought for us, isn't it nice' :)

nathan

If that individual is involved, there's a price attached.  Theres plenty of options to do away with the K jet, but why bother.  In 5 years its outdated and you have a non factory system that will confuse the heck out of someone trying too patch it up.
1979 116 6.9 #6436
2018 213 e63
2011 212 e63
2011 463 g55
2007 211 e500 wagen
1995 124 e320 cabriolet
1983 460 300gd
1981 123 280te

goldacre

Indeed, but according to MB in California all the diaphragm devices related to K Jet are extinct so its just a matter of time  :-\

Eventually we will need all options on the table.

Hec, I fixed my pierburg CIS  throttle off vacuum device using a 5 cent Australian coin can you believe :-\ but worked, another solution for an aging car  :o

G
12/1979 450 SEL 148K on clock (museum piece)
12/1986 Lotus Esprit Turbo 87K on clock 'Darling, look what Q has brought for us, isn't it nice' :)