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Converting Carb'd Justy to MPFI

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#1 rjp


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Posted 30 January 2006 - 02:48 AM

Has anyone ever done this? I'm considering this as something to try on the 88 Justy that I'm receiving soon. I'd probably run a MegaSquirt ECU as I'm an Electrical Engineer and that would be something easy to build. Aside from sensors that need to be added (TPS, MAP, IAT), I'd need to drill and tap the manifold for the injectors.

I'm mainly just wondering what people's thoughts are on attempting this. I'd probably get a second manifold to drill and tap and avoid modifying stock parts as much as possible. This would be really useful, as I'd like to try to turbo it at some point down the road (just run like 0.5 Atm. of boost) and the MegaSquirt is completely tunable.

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