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Re: Turbo EFI A12 for under $1200.
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Re: Turbo EFI A12 for under $1200.
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Is that a link to a thread that has a link to another thread that happens to be this thread?

your hairbrain ideas simon have many followers!

Posted on: 2015/3/12 3:23
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Re: Turbo EFI A12 for under $1200.
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Thanks for the lend of the sacrificial car Lags!

To answer a few Q's..

It's going to use a MS1 ECU at this stage.
It will be using a 4 tooth trigger in the distributor and no crank trigger.
It will probably be a 4-6 week project.

This can be the "discussion thread" and I'll do another titled "Build thread" hopefully without any comments to keep it easy for others to follow.

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Re: Turbo EFI A12 for under $1200.
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sounds great!

will it run a 13? (this thread reminds me of "13 seconds for $1300")

except this one is more believable

if you can get it done for $1200 i will be impressed, the additional labor required to keep costs down is going to mean this is still a mammoth task for the average car builder though

Posted on: 2015/3/12 5:12
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Re: Turbo EFI A12 for under $1200.
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It's going to be as simple as I can make it. With the least amount of work for each stage. Also only buying what is absolutely necessary.
Its about the best I can do.

For example, the Inlet manifold should take less than 2 hours to make. Including, making fuel rail, injector bosses, press reg mount and throttle body/cable. It will cost less than $150 inc new inj.

A 13?....Probably not

Posted on: 2015/3/12 11:35
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Re: Turbo EFI A12 for under $1200.
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So you doing a single intake TB? I was going ITB's but will hold off until I see how this goes.

Great thread and loved your Coupe thread too.

I have gathered so far for my setup and hope to stay along your guide.

250cc injectors-$50.00
TPS-$10.00
CAS-$80.00

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Re: Turbo EFI A12 for under $1200.
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Can't wait. I'm in the middle of mine atm and with 4 kids budget sounds good :p.

Posted on: 2015/3/12 17:48
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Re: Turbo EFI A12 for under $1200. Discussion thread
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OK... I'll try to do a bit of a build blog so others can copy if they want.

I'll start a new thread without comments or questions to keep it clean! Any Questions or suggestions, please post them here. I can edit the build thread as required.

Just remember this is a budget build to minimizes outlay and time involved to get a reasonable result...Hopefully!

Step One: building the EFI manifold

You will need:
-Throttle body from Hyundai Exel X3 SOC engine
-Standard A12 inlet manifold and Carb
-Fuel pressure regulator from (97 Toyota Corolla or 97 Mitubishi lancer)
-3-5 mm Ally plate to make adaptor.
-1 large fuel injector(1000cc for petrol or 1300+cc for E85)

Posted on: 2015/3/17 3:38

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Re: Turbo EFI A12 for under $1200. Discussion thread
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Put a link of discussion thread in the build thread simon If possible.
Nice and cheap easy single point set up.
Don't ea falcons have single point that matches a 32/36 manifold adaptor too from memory?

With a stock carby filter top no one would know it's efi almost. I like a lot

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Re: Turbo EFI A12 for under $1200. Discussion thread
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Unfamilia, sounds like u could have a build thread of ur own 😉

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