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Re: Turbo EFI A12 for under $1200. Discussion thread
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I've put in the link as requested.. I am going to use the standard air cleaner assembly. I want a stockish look.

The Ford center point injection idea might work, but making an adaptor would be harder or the cost of buying one would add costs. Making a top hat to seal in boost would also be a lot harder.

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Re: Turbo EFI A12 for under $1200. Discussion thread
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Interesting. Following along!

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I've just added some pics showing how to fit the standard carby cable linkage onto the Exel TB.
Hopefully tomorrow ill get some picks up of how to mount the injector, fuel rail and pressure reg. Im still waiting for the injector in the mail.

The Hyundai TB cost me $40. and pressure reg $15 from a local wreaking yard. those near a "pick a part" may get them cheaper.

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Re: Turbo EFI A12 for under $1200. Discussion thread
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This with the right injector could be used on heaps of old carby cars.
Keen to see the tuning and also the timing setup etc simon.

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Re: Turbo EFI A12 for under $1200. Discussion thread
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The newer big injectors can operate well at very low pulse widths. This helps get a good idle. I've ordered a new 2200cc Bosch inj from ebay. Cost me $130 delivered. That's eating into the $1200 budget a bit, but I wanted to have headroom when using E85. One injector will flow enough for over 100Kw atw.

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100KW is a ton of power for a street car of this size.

Is this TB a 54mm bore?

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The injector will flow enough for 100+Kw, but this initial setup will probably be between 50 and 70 Kw. The Tb is about 40mm. Plenty big enough for the standard manifold. I might do some flow bench figures of the TB/manifold combo, just for giggles.

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Giggle away.

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Nice work so far mate if I ever convince the mrs to let me get a y wagon ill give this a go for sure haha.

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Re: Turbo EFI A12 for under $1200. Discussion thread
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I do like the idea of it, keeping stock air cleaner (non turbo version) is a nice novelty. Your tempting me to do it to my mustard coupe. But i'm lucky enough to have an EFI hardware manifold and bodies, and for the same amount of work i can install that,

does mega-squirt do a self tuning software in any of it's kits these days?

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