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how to startup 2.0 outside car

I want to run my rebuilt before putting it back in, but i'm not sure of all the proper hook-ups. Is coil, starter and fuel pump all constant feed to positive on battery ?

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Injected or carbureted? Injected is more complicated.

Coil power is switched power. You can hook the pump up to switched power as well. The starter has the big fat cable hooked up to it from the battery, and that is always hot. It also has the yellow wire that is only hot when you want the starter to crank.

FI will require you to have all of the FI bits hooked up, and the injection powered as well as the pump, and of course all the bits will need to be grounded.

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On my D-jet Engines I use a beetle carb connected by a (approx 35mm) hose to where the throttle body should sit on the plenum. Some rubber boots and gaffer tape makes it air tight enough to work just for starting and running for a while.
Fuel is from a used oil 4litre bottle hanging in the roof so there is no need for a fuel pump.
I have also once mounted the all the D-jet parts and temporarly run it by them but it requires quite som wiring, switches etc.

In any case dont forget to hook up an oil pressure lamp or better an oil pressure gauge.



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yeah Dave it's F.I and thanks for the quick reply guys. I hope i can do this without
burning anything out....

thanks again...
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If you decide to try this, remember with a newly rebuilt engine it should run at 2000 RPMs at the beginning which is hard to do sitting on a bench.
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