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Re: Fuel Injecting An IH Inline Six...anyone?

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Buzzman72

10-16-2013 07:35:08
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Yeah, I know GM built a lot of engines with those coil packs. They also built a lot of Vegas, too, but that doesn't mean they were worth a damn, either. My experience with coil packs on an '88 Olds 3.8 were NOT positive. Maybe they're better NOW...but if they could get by with building junk THEN, why should I expect anything different NOW? They fooled me once; shame on them. Not sure I'd want to let them fool me twice.

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High Octane

10-16-2013 08:32:16
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 Re: Fuel Injecting An IH Inline Six...anyone? in reply to Buzzman72, 10-16-2013 07:35:08  
thats the best part! junkyard part shopping! I think the coils from the 2.8 n 3.1 gm v6 arent that bad. bad thing was, when an injector died, it shutdown the whole engine! spent 2 weeks learning that on a 91 lumina. i drive ford for everyday vehicles. so far, just change the oil n plugs n been good to me so far. anyways, it comes down to, how to get a pickup signal from the engine, to the ecm. distributor, magnetic pickups, (crank trigger) will work either way.

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Buzzman72

10-17-2013 10:42:11
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 Re: Fuel Injecting An IH Inline Six...anyone? in reply to High Octane, 10-16-2013 08:32:16  
Based on my prior experience with GM coil packs, I think the Ford EDIS setup sounds like the easiest conversion there...



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High Octane

10-19-2013 15:54:07
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 Re: Fuel Injecting An IH Inline Six...anyone? in reply to Buzzman72, 10-17-2013 10:42:11  
trigger wheel can run injectors, no ecm needed in a simple form of efi. 3 injectors drilled into the cyl head at the ports, another 3 in the intake, tuned by rail pressure by adjustble regulator. crude, but it would work.



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