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Most efi systems can not deal with syameese intake ports or two ports running on one hole.. you could use this and run the 4 injectors and just have them trigger per cylinder. Click Above or he sells a single TB with 4 injectors in it for RX7's if you want to use the lynx

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Yeah, I was wondering about the siamese port thing...do you have a link to the 4 hole RX7 setup? Wouldn't that be a downdraft style TB? I was thinking it might be nice to save the cost of one throttle body for a mellow engine.

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if you don't mind putting in pooky ports for the injetors in each runner of the lynx manifold (pointing at back of valve would be nice), I don't see why you could not run it.

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i would go with a 318 manifold before investing in the setup you propose. I don't see any benefit of the lynx single dcoe manifold for efi.

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Besides the dual side TB setup would just be the tits once setup... lookin all cool and stuff... enough EFI for the day... I'm spent... turbocharger or supercharger... decisions decisions... party on

Kris

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slightly longer runners than typical sidedraft manifold makes for stornger torque at lower RPMs... might be an interesting setup!! ;)

-Rob

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Maybe if it was a straight shot. The manifold solves a problem that you don't have with efi. It is not a very efficient design from an airflow point of view. Best to leave it in the carb world IMO.

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