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The 2.0L injectors are a direct replacement, but the 1.7L aren't usable as cores so you need to buy new ones ($60+ a pop) or some good used ones (no such thing ). I'd try the 1.7L injectors, if they are in good shape, and just bump the fuel pressure to 32-34 psi.

Boring out the throttle body is probably more trouble than it's worth. I only metioned it in case you had cheap access to a machine shop. The 2.0L TB and intake would be more cost effective.

The ECU can't modified (unless you work for NASA or something, right Dave?) like newer computers, there isn't a PROM chip. You can hovever modify the information the sensors give the ECU (read the D-Jet article DD has a link to).


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Elwood says with somber realization: "Uhhh-Uh-Oh"
Jake responds inquisitively: "What the Fudge-Popsicle was that?"
Elwood, in an attempt to calm his brothers obvious anxiety says: "The motor, we threw a rod."
Jake, puzzled, asks his brother about the finer points of mechanical engineering: "Is that bad?"
Elwood replies with a complicated dissertation: "Yep."
Old 10-14-1999, 11:59 AM
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