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Re: CIS to EFI
> I think this switch holds great potential gains for our CIS cars.
> Graydon has made the change, dunno if anyone else has or not. In
> fact, sounds like Graydon has come up with some cool stuff just
> If all goes well, and price is right, I look forward to having this
> CIS off the car this spring. CIS = PITA
Hmmm. I thought the CIS was relatively trouble free, and allowed one to
perform limited modifications without having to replace "chips".
I was just about to ask what I could do (or should do, if anything) to
the CIS after I change over to an 87.5 2.3 and a Schrick cam. Turbo
injectors? Different fuel distributor?
Seems like an EFI change would be rather difficult.
"Life is too short to drive a minivan."
1970 124 Spider (restored)
1986 Audi Coupe GT (waiting for more HP)
1989 VW Jetta GLI 16v (wife's ride)
1998 Ford Contour 16v (co. car, got to pick the color)
1965 Buick Skylark conv. (coming soon)
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