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About ANZKremer930

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    1982 Kremer 930
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  1. Thanks for your reply JFP in PA. Are you (or other contributors) aware of any early 80s Kremer 930s (in North America) that their owners could tell us what they know about their engines? Any information would be most appreciated (down here in Australia).
  2. Hi everyone. We have a 1982 Kremer built 930 that we have absolutely no documentation about. Does anyone out there know what differentiates a Kremer 930 from a regular 930? The engine is about to be rebuilt (broken rocker, detonation evidence on all pistons, broken piston rings, crack in head around valve guide and a big end that wasn't going to last much longer) and I'm wondering if anyone can point me in the right direction for sourcing parts and information. Someone has done work on the engne at some stage and removed the turbo oil scavenge pump and fittings so we're looking for that sy
  3. Thanks Loren, the pumps turn on and run OK when the wiring plug on the airflow meter is disconnected, so the issue appears to be somewhere in the electrical system.
  4. My Kremer 930, built September 1982 refuses to start. The fuel pumps can no longer be heard at initial key start (ie pumps not working). Cracking the airflow meter open turns pump on. Can anyone suggest the next items to check why the pumps are not working? Regards, Peter
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