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EFI conversion for 87 930

Has anyone done an EFI conversion using the Tec3r system? If so can you tell me what is involved. I am referring to things like fuel pumps, injectors, fuel pressure regulator, how do you fit the intake/throttle body to the intercooler and any other "pearls" you may think of.
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Look up DonE he has all the info you will need..
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Some people have had luck with using the Tec-3r .. but most have problems on a boosted motor application....

IMHO... I think there are better alternatives for the money, but what you should really be looking for is a person that has tuning and a working knowledge of the system you are going to go with. That goes for ANY system that you purchase.
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If you already have the system, these guys can help you out: http://www.clewett.com/

If you don't have the system, find a local tuner and see what they recommend.
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Contact Drive2Fast here on the forum. He is using that system on his 930 and has used Clewett in the process.
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