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IDA, IDF, DCOE, DGS, DGV fuel injection setups

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IDA, IDF, DCOE, DGS, DGV fuel injection setups

Post #1 by 62Cometman » Tue Feb 04, 2020 10:52 pm

Idk if anyone has posted this but there are a multitude of companies that are retro fitting fuelinjection systems into these weber bodies such as
https://silodrome.com/jenvey-heritage-d ... le-bodies/

https://www.demon-tweeks.com/us/webcon- ... webatb400/

for the folks that have already made a weber conversion this would be an easy swap but its the last step in providing a complete bolt on FI system for the small sixes. With an adapter kit like those sold from classic inlines and with the DGV FI body. These motors could be converted to fuel injection without having to modify the head in any way. Granted fuel distribution would be terrible and with a stock exhaust manifold im not too sure how accurate a wideband would be but it still lot closer than we were. Also think of all the other potential uses on other applications. Figured you all might like to know as well.
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Re: IDA, IDF, DCOE, DGS, DGV fuel injection setups

Post #2 by jamyers » Wed Feb 05, 2020 12:19 pm

Interesting! Pricey, but interesting!
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