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Chris very nice setup....basically that is what I am looking to do and very similar. Like the intercooler.... joys of removing headstuds this weekend and separating the block




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can you count the broken headstuds? Motor only has 33k on it
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As to sources for your build:

www.diyautotune.com/ They have a lot of the connectors and sensors for EFI. They mostly support the megasquirt ECU, but many will be usable by TEC

Clewett Engineering, The complete solution for ignition & fuel injection has the the serpentine kits. Not certain I'd go through the expense if I did not have air conditioning. They also have the crank pulleys, crank sensor holder, plug for the distributor.

Turbo Kraft Porsche Parts and Custom Builds | Porsche Service Arizona has an outstanding kit for the fuel rails and injector mounting. Chris is always heaps of help!

Len Cummings (len.cummings@verizon.net) is an excellant source for fuel lines you'll need for the conversion. He is also a pelicanite and can be reached here.

Dennis (powellgillam@hotmail.com) is another Pelicanite that makes engine wiring harnesses. He can custom build pretty much anything you might need and is another great guy to work with.

You may have already reached out to some of the above sources, but I have found them all to be great to work with to make your EFI conversion.

Good luck,

Keith
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Thanks!

IMO a serpentine belt conversion is completely unnecessary. If your pulleys are good, and the belt tension correct, these don't throw belts.
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Good to know Chris.... running Carrera 3.2 intake Chris can I use the factory rails or should I change them?
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Intercooler & exhaust.

The intercooler fits within a standard factory rear wing.




Who makes the inter Cooler?
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Good to know Chris.... running Carrera 3.2 intake Chris can I use the factory rails or should I change them?
Stock should be fine fed with -8AN hoses. Running them on my build; the only comment I would add is that we dont have much E85 here in the UK, just Super Unleaded 99RON - not sure what the flow requirements of E85 are (apart from it being higher than SUL)
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As to sources for your build:

www.diyautotune.com/ They have a lot of the connectors and sensors for EFI. They mostly support the megasquirt ECU, but many will be usable by TEC

Clewett Engineering, The complete solution for ignition & fuel injection has the the serpentine kits. Not certain I'd go through the expense if I did not have air conditioning. They also have the crank pulleys, crank sensor holder, plug for the distributor.

Turbo Kraft Porsche Parts and Custom Builds | Porsche Service Arizona has an outstanding kit for the fuel rails and injector mounting. Chris is always heaps of help!

Len Cummings (len.cummings@verizon.net) is an excellant source for fuel lines you'll need for the conversion. He is also a pelicanite and can be reached here.

Dennis (powellgillam@hotmail.com) is another Pelicanite that makes engine wiring harnesses. He can custom build pretty much anything you might need and is another great guy to work with.


You may have already reached out to some of the above sources, but I have found them all to be great to work with to make your EFI conversion.

Good luck,

Keith
Thanks for the info!!!! All info is appreciated
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Stock should be fine fed with -8AN hoses. Running them on my build; the only comment I would add is that we dont have much E85 here in the UK, just Super Unleaded 99RON - not sure what the flow requirements of E85 are (apart from it being higher than SUL)
Thanks saves me hunting down rails!! Money saved =)
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Thank goodness I don't need the dress up!! I like them but trying to stay within the budget on this one.
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Stock 3.2 fuel rails will flow more than just about anyone can make power on.
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