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Originally Posted by TurboKraft View Post
Top reasons overheard for sticking with CIS instead of converting to EFI:

10. "CIS runs so much better on this modern alcohol-blended gasoline."

9. "Cars without computers don't break down."

8. "Who needs a tidy engine compartment that makes service easy?"

7. "I'd rather spend all that time and money restoring 35-year-old obsolete parts."

6. "Having perfect AFRs at all loads/rpms is for sissies."

5. "Throttle response is over-rated."

4. "Modified sports car are supposed to have single digit fuel economy."

3. "I ♥ turbo lag."

2. "I really wouldn't know what to do with another 75hp and 100ft.lb. of torque anyway."

1. "CIS: it's the future, I tell ya!"
#10 is serious because the 10% ethanol content in todays E10 gas is only going to go up. Our ______ president is as far from being a car guy as it gets so he doesn't care about what happens to older classic cars with this ______ gas we'll be getting in the future.

From what I've read the original o-rings in CIS fuel heads can handle E10 for a while now but it makes them rot away eventually. They say the ethanol content in gasoline is going to go up in the future and when it does the original o-rings in CIS fuel heads will swell up or disolve or just rot away inside the fuel heads making them unusable and needing a rebuild with modern o-rings to work again.
CIS Flowtech can do that for you or you can buy aftermarket USA made fuel head rebuild kits with modern o-rings on ebay and try doing it yourself.
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