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Old 01-09-2018, 01:44 AM   #1
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I have a 079 and a 123 what are the differences in those two. Where can I find info on the 123?
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Old 01-09-2018, 01:51 AM   #2
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I have a 079 and a 123 what are the differences in those two. Where can I find info on the 123?
try tweeting elsewhere.

here you better put year, engine, management system...and probably best to find and post a photo of what you're asking about if you expect a useful answer..
Come on put a little effort into your post.
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I have a 079 and a 123 what are the differences in those two. Where can I find info on the 123?
The same except for a slightly different warm up curve.
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The 123 is the updated 079. As mentioned volvo had the unit modified to give a longer warmup. You can use either one in a 81-83 turbo.
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The same except for a slightly different warm up curve.
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Dave, up late, eh?
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I've had some success in tearing them apart, cleaning and reassembling them.

Here's a link I found in that regard:

http://www.ferrari400parts.com/Warmu...atorrepair.php
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Thanks for that info! I've always liked the 400 model ferraris.
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Since it uses K-Jet, same as Volvo, the link is of benefit to a Volvo owner.
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I have a brand new warm up regulator that fits a K Jet B21F. PM for info.
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The 123 is the updated 079. As mentioned volvo had the unit modified to give a longer warmup. You can use either one in a 81-83 turbo.
Got it. Thanks.
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I've had some success in tearing them apart, cleaning and reassembling them.

Here's a link I found in that regard:

http://www.ferrari400parts.com/Warmu...atorrepair.php
Thanks for the link V.
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