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1969 911T -- Engine Compartment Decal Positions

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2021/06/16 10:30:13 (permalink)

1969 911T -- Engine Compartment Decal Positions

I'm just about to fix the engine compartment decals on my 1969 2.0L T Coupe.  Would anyone know the correct locations for each decal please?

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Re: 1969 911T -- Engine Compartment Decal Positions 2021/06/16 16:41:23 (permalink)
Google is your friend (sometimes)...
 
Just found this, pretty good:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2VHdaGhz4FA
 
(PS Great use for the SC spoiler, by the way)
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Re: 1969 911T -- Engine Compartment Decal Positions 2021/06/17 08:29:56 (permalink)


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Re: 1969 911T -- Engine Compartment Decal Positions 2021/06/21 12:14:53 (permalink)
Thank you for the video link.  I found his videos very useful when I was stripping my 911T down.  His car is a 1972, so chances are the decal positions should be the same as mine -- but having spent so much time researching many things on my car, you'd be amazed how often I read "except in 1969"!
 
Thanks Barry
 
ps -- the photo of my SC was taken 20+ years ok -- I wouldn't let my boys sit on it now!
 
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Re: 1969 911T -- Engine Compartment Decal Positions 2021/06/21 15:36:41 (permalink)
barrygale
the photo of my SC was taken 20+ years ok -- I wouldn't let my boys sit on it now!



Guessed as much 

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Re: 1969 911T -- Engine Compartment Decal Positions 2021/06/22 19:42:13 (permalink)
My car is one of the first 1969 MY cars to have been built and the decals (L to R) are hardly any different from the photo above:
 
1 Alternator & Regulator must be from the same manufacturer.
2. Tyre pressures - Full load/high speed.
3. Tyre pressures - Normal load.
4. Oil Level - Warm engine, engine idling.
5.  Valve Clearance.
6. Firing Order.
 
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1969 911 T Coupe.
One of the first B Series (LWB) cars.
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Re: 1969 911T -- Engine Compartment Decal Positions 2021/06/24 14:35:52 (permalink)
All -- thank you for the answers
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