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930 Efi

Looking for recommendations on EFI conversion for my 930 street motor..Whats user friendly,available,and works.THANX IN ADVANCE
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I EFI'd my 930 without too much trouble using the kit from www.goingsuperfast.com
I guess you need to decide the reason for EFI, if it is HP then a carerra intake manifold and custom intercooler will be needed. If not then the injector blocks will suffice.
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Lots of different paths you can follow. From uber expensive MoTec and EFI systems (mfg) to something like SDS or Megasquirt, a real grassroots home built EFI system.

Do you plan on installing the system yourself? We have installed/converted a bunch of Porsches to EFI 911,930,944, also BMW,Mazda,Nissan,Mercedes..and have worked with most of the systems available.

We really like the Haltech systems. If you want to see some installations or to buy a Haltech system we are located just down the road in Freeport. Give a calll or drop by.

Of course you will get lots of really good advice on this forum as well.

Check out the videos section for some clips of a haltech controlled car with over 800 hp

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My standard advice is to find a good shop to work with. I'm as hardcore a DIY'r as they come, but when it came time to tune my engine, I looked at this extremely expensive engine I just built and decided it wasn't worth blowing it up just so I could learn to tune it.

I also spent several hundred dollars I didn't need to spend because I was taking advice from every direction. This was mainly on sensors and pickups that weren't what I really needed.

A little more money spent up front on the ECU can save hundreds in tuning if your tuner already knows the system.
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I did pretty well with Accell DFI. I had to use the kit for the Grand National, but I am pretty sure that they have a 6 cylinder universal kit now. It is a stout system and does not cost a trillion dollars.
My two pennies...
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Oh yea, the Accel dual sync distributer is the $hit, it takes care of both cam and crank signals via two hall sensors inside the distributer and it is pretty damned accurate. About 400$
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I'm still.........learning....and did no choice......

Take a look at that thread......

EFI....again...?......
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