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Re: MGB/B Fuel Injection

Subject: Re: MGB/B Fuel Injection
From: James Nazarian Jr <James.Nazarian@Colorado.EDU>
Date: Mon, 16 Aug 1999 11:31:09 -0600 (MDT)
Yet another reason I look foreward to autocrossing my 74 in E-mod, as long
as the body looks like a B I can do anything I want.

James Nazarian
'71 B roadster
'74 BGT bastardization with big aluminum heart :)
'63 Buick 215 cubic inch 'heart'

On Mon, 16 Aug 1999 wrote:

> In a message dated 16/08/99 9:36:59 AM Pacific Daylight Time, 
> James.Nazarian@Colorado.EDU writes:
> << I have a feeling that they wouldn't like it too much if you were racing on
>  FI. >>
> Well, it wouldn't necessarily produce any more power than the twin Webers, it 
> would just be interesting to play with.
> The old Tecalemit Jackson injection was around in the 60s, but was constant 
> flow, and you tailored the mixture by grinding the fuel cam on the throttle 
> linkage - primitive but serviceable.  You needed a different fuel cam for 
> each engine set up - change the camshaft, or raise the compression, and you 
> needed a new fuel setting.
> The modern stuff with O2 sensors do away with all the pain, but you are 
> probably right, they wouldn't like to see it in vintage.  Of course a fuel 
> rail and Bosch injectors would fit very nicely _below_ the Webers, where you 
> can't see anything, and you could use the Webers themselves as throttle 
> bodies.......
> Forget I said that!
> Bill

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