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Originally Posted by Oheggem View Post
...If i`m not going to use the CIS stuff , what do i use to connect the IC to the TB?
If i just leave everything as it is, do i just add the MS, ignition, TPS, IAT and CHT, unplug the original stuff and EFI will work or will i have to remove all and plug everything.

Got some leaks to stop also if i ever want to get it on the road. Think i`ll add something on both sides of the valve cover gaskets. Can`t stop them from leaking. Also the chain covers.
Hi, we got your email, and now it makes sense why you were asking about getting an early TPS Kit without the sensor.
But according to GSF's website, they use a Bosch sensor -- that's a different bolt pattern, and a different installed angle for the flat spot ("D") on the throttle shaft. It won't work with our kit. Our kit is a very easy bolt-in solution, and uses an OEM sensor, so you'll have no problems from it.

Another common pitfall, something we commonly fix on other people's EFI conversions: do not try to use oil temperature as your "Coolant" temperature input. Instead, use cylinder head temperature, like the factory did:
https://parts.turbokraft.com/products/cylinder-head-temperature-sensor-set

We have the best luck with the green beaded valve cover gaskets, they don't leak for us.

Chain housing gaskets -- apply a thin layer of Loctite 574 to the gasket, make sure both sealing surfaces are clean and oil-free.
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