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Thread: A nifty EFI solution

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    Voice For Hire Farrar's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DMCMW Dave View Post
    a restrictor of some sort.
    Ah, like NASCAR!
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    I dont think plunking one of these on a prv would give you the end result you are looking for. There would be some modifying needed to make it work with our engines which takes away from the ease of install.

    and for the price of the kit you could install a megasquirt setup 2 times over and pay someone to tune it for you.

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    So, the DeLorean I'm getting this week happens to have C350 engine with a 4 barrel carb... I think I'm going to give this company a call and see if they'd be interested in a conversion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timebender View Post
    So, the DeLorean I'm getting this week happens to have C350 engine with a 4 barrel carb... I think I'm going to give this company a call and see if they'd be interested in a conversion.
    Please post pics?

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    interesting swap... Looks like a 351 cleveland

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    What kind of lowering set-up is this car running? Seems very low. I speak from experience that while it looks cool that way, it can be a major hassle and occasionally a hazard when driving (at least on POS condition roads)
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    Motor mounts look scary

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS Spoiler View Post
    Motor mounts look scary
    my same thought! and the lower part of the engine frame looks deformed but I don't know if it's just the pic..
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    Quote Originally Posted by SS Spoiler View Post
    Motor mounts look scary
    That's a typical type of motor mound used on aircraft engines.
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