[urq] urq EFI conversions
benswann at verizon.net
Wed Nov 14 19:08:20 PST 2007
I can only attest that after fighting with CIS issues and hoses blowing off and getting
small tears right and left, EFI has made a world of difference. Im no where near
finished tuning, but the car starts and runs better than it ever did. Even when I
popped an intercooler hose, it just kept on running even though I couldnt get the
boost, I made it back to a place much better than the side of the road to fix it.
[Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2007 09:39:21 -0700
From: "Brandon Rogers" <brogers at terrix.com>
Subject: Re: [urq] urq EFI conversions
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I think this is a great place to talk about EFI conversions - as is Motorgeek as there
is a ton of EFI stuff there - but here it would be all urq specific - some overlap with
Motorgeek but who cares. Obviously I got sick of chasing my tail with CIS a few years
back - and I think, from what I know, EFI is an excellent alternative to a 20V
I get these Shell Gas email newsletters , and the last one talked about ethanol
additives - and it specifically said it can cause issues (vapor lock IIRC) in older cars
- I think it said mid 80's and back. Backs up what a lot of people have thought. EFI
will cure hard starting, likely increase driveability, and enable better use of the
super low 7.0:1 compression - i.e., crank up the boost!
Just some rambling....
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