In a message dated 1/31/00 8:47:03 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> The Ford EEC can easily be tuned with some sort of external adaptor. I hate
> to go Frod...but it is a nice piece. A custom PROM or specialized equipment
> is definitely needed. There seemed to be some disussion of just bolting
> stuff up, but there's more to it. A mass airflow system allows more
> modifications than a speed density system, but more than likely neither
> would just bolt on and run. Easiest method is to go with Motronic,
> Accel, or Haltech computer, but expect to pay about $1000. Add 6 injectors
> at about $50-80 each. Not cheap, but I've heard 20% increase in power AND
Yes, it's not just a simple bolt on, I was referring to TBI as a easy way,
TPI or l/J would require more, but if I recall the Volvo I had was a Bosch
K-tronic? ...does that sound right? It just had a fuel distributor and the
nozzles were open all the time, not really "E"FI. More like a diesel engine.
The biggest obstacle would be the intake (IMO) for a TPI i-6. I think the
electronics from a V6 TPI could be adapted, unless someone like Ford or Dodge
uses a individual injector-per cylinder engine, not sure, but I think they
are all of the "TBI" variety, in order to.
Maybe something to get real intrested in after I do T-5 swap.
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