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how hard is it to make my carborated engine a fuel injected?


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how hard is it to make my carborated engine a fuel injected?


.......way harder than figuring out correct firing

order of 4-sparkplugwires .

Sorry , but honest observation.

'86 R65 650cc #6128390 22,000m
'64 R27 250cc #383851 18,000m
'11 FORD Transit #T058971 28,000m "Truckette"
'13 500 ABARTH #DT600282 6,666m "TAZIO"

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If you paid someone to do it and they used new parts where they should, then you would have a great reliable car.

But how much are you doing yourself? Using all 2nd hand parts, only a hack welder/fabricator, dont know what colour the earth wires are, then don't do it.

Learn to crawl before you walk, fix the carbs, they are so basic there is not much to go wrong with them - or pay some one a few hrs to have them tuned up really nice. Then do your home work, read all the search results for Megasquirt, e30 fuel pump, EFI, EDIS. Visit boneyards and collect parts - that is called progress.

Good luck with it. Beaner7102.

PS: all earth wires are brown on BMWs

1971 - 2002 RHD VIN 1653940. Agave (stock with Pertronix & 32/36 Weber) - "Cactus"

1972 - 1602 RHD VIN 1554408. Fjord (with 2L motor, 5spd & LSD - Weber 40/40 to come) - "Bluey"

1984 - E30 318i VIN WBAAK320208722176 - stock daily driver

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haha ya i suck at workin on cars hey im only 22 and ive only built a 22r engine and thats like legos... but this car is discusting it need so much work im bogging out on it but not giving up! never will i give up on my o2!

1971 o2

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