Mechanical Fuel Injection

What makes the early 911s, Carrera RS, and the 2.7-liter "euro" Carrera so interesting and thrilling to drive is the Bosch Mechanical Fuel Injection (MFI) setup. The glorious sound and instantaneous throttle response has a remarkable feel compared to the computerized injection systems of the 70s and 80s.

The 1976 Carrera MFI 2.7 was the last street car Porsche ever produced with mechanical fuel injection.  In fact there were only three MFI based cars produced by Porsche after 1976, all race cars. First were the ten turbocharged Porsche 934 ½ built for Group 4 and the 1977 IMSA Championship, alongside the various incarnations of the turbocharged Porsche 935 built for Group 5 and, later, the twenty 3.0-liter 911 SC/RS (954) rally cars built in 1984 to compete in Group B.

The complete MFI setup includes 019 series MFI pump, 312 velocity stacks, throttle bodies, air box, plus associated linkage and plumbing.
The "019" series MFI fuel pump up close and personal.
See more details on the restoration of 1976 Carrera MFI 2.7 chassis #911 660 9050.