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GTV or 145 ts CF1 inlet manifold

I have a GTV Cf1 inlet manifold (to fit the alloy plenum) for a conversion on a later engine and I wanted to know if there was different types of Cf1 manifold, say from a different year or something like a 145. The manifold I have appears to have a built in rail below the main inlets with a valve off to the side. Does it exist without the additional part a bit like the Cf3? please see photo of my Cf1 inlet against a Cf3. Help appreciated - John
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Thats the exhaust gas recirculation system, only some CF1s have EGR, but not all. It was never fitted on CF2s/CF3s
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Thanks for the info. What alfas did not have exhaust gas recirculation system in Cf1 format? I need it to be Cf1 as I want to fix the alloy plenum.

I will also have the Cf1 fuel rail.

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At the time that engine was in use in the 145, 146, 155, GTV & Spider. Just look for a plenum that doesn't have that large actuator on the bottom. You might even be able to remove the EGR from your existing manifold and weld the holes up.
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Prefer not to go cutting and welding if I can find a suitable manifold. If you have one for sale I'd be interested, or I'll trawl ebay.
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First TS 16v from '94 and beginning of '95 equips the EGR valve. I saw on few Alfa Romeo workshop manuals that the engines that had EGR equipped Ecu M2.10.3. Later CF1 engines without EGR have M2.10.4 ECU. I can corrobore that, our 155 2.0 16v has EGR control and M2.10.3 Ecu on it.

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First TS 16v from '94 and beginning of '95 equips the EGR valve. I saw on few Alfa Romeo workshop manuals that the engines that had EGR equipped Ecu M2.10.4. Later CF1 engines without EGR have M2.10.4 ECU. I can corrobore that, our 155 2.0 16v has EGR control and M2.10.3 Ecu on it.
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