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Complete Megasquirt system for sale!

Go check out my auction on Ebay for pictures and details. If anyone has an awesome set of carbs for a 3.0 I would be willing to make an even trade.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=1875747983

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Old 12-26-2002, 04:38 PM
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i am interested call me at 812-453-9495 so we can talk more about it...thanks, brent
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Is that Ben's old car?

I'd say keep the MS and go with TWM trottle bodies

Do you mind sharing your settings and VE table? I already have a MS that I will be putting on a freinds car (3.0 as well)

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Yes this is Ben's car. I do not mind sharing the settings at all I will post them this weekend.
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Old 12-27-2002, 04:56 AM
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Thanks Randy,

I noticed the bidding is starting to get up there, that is great, good luck.

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Anyone have an opinion as to whether this would be a good replacement for the factory injection and manifold on a '90 3.6? I know that the two weak points on that motor are the intake/injection, and the exhaust.
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I dont think I would replace the factory injection with a Megasquirt system if I were you but thats just me. Others might have a better take on it but I cannot imagine a homade injection system such as this would ever be superior to a factory setup. I am not trying to talk you out of buying my system but thats my advice for what its worth.
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Randy why are you converting to carbs? Did I miss the thread?

I am in Atlanta and would love to junk my CIS but I was thinking carbs too.
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I dont have any technical reason to give you except I like the way the carbs clean up the engine bay and I like the way they sound at 6000 rpm. Its all about what makes my heart go pitter patter.
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YA I think carbs are for me too. I like the way the engine bay cleans up as well. If I could afford a TWM throttle body FI set up that would be my first choice, then maybe a factory MFI set up if they could easily be added to an SC motor, again rediculous money to be made to work. Left with carbs.

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