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Re: Wiring a 305 tbi to run?

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That's going to be a pain it rear. I would suggest you get rid of that TBI and go with a simple carb. A lot easier to deal with. As other have stated you MUST use the ECM, all sensors and probably the GM instrument cluster for the electronics to function properly. Carburated GMs will run with two wires. One HOT wire to starter and one HOT to the distributor. Keyed or push button for the starter solinoide. Why make it any harder then what it actually is? Other then having fuel injection.

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01-27-2013 12:45:51

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 Re: Wiring a 305 tbi to run? in reply to husker44a, 01-27-2013 09:53:01  
Name a new car or truck sold in the US built in the last 20 years that came with a carburetor installed from the factory.

Didn't think you could.

Lanse is UNDER 20 years there have been NO carbureted new cars or trucks in his lifetime. Sure, carbs ARE simpler...but not nearly as trouble-free to run as EFI, whether port or throttle body injected. Sure the SETUP's a bit more complicated; but with EFI, it's all about understanding the technology. And I've generally found that those who fear the technology usually don't understand it.

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