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Converting 2f to fuel injection

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by peepers, Sep 12, 2003.

  1. peepers

    peepers

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    We are converting an FJ60 2F to fuel injection (low rise manifold
    adaptor).

    The stock fresh air intake obv does not fit. We tried the standard
    hotrod pie plate but it hits the brake master. Are there any other
    suggestions?

    One of those K&N setups that snakes around and ends in cone
    filter?? Also trying to look for a quick solution as we want her
    running real purrrrty by the Fall Gathering on 9/19.
     
  2. OlympiaFJ60

    OlympiaFJ60

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    I picked one up from Schucks. It is just a 5" or so paper filter with a chrome top and base (next to the bumpers, the most chrome on my 60 :D). Good way to get it going quick.

    Brandon
     
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    Where did you get the fuel injection kit?? Would love to go that route and eliminate all carb tinkering. Any info is appreciated...
     
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    ouch...... that will hurt the bank.....

    thanks!!!
     
  6. OlympiaFJ60

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    [quote author=RBHME link=board=1;threadid=5201;start=msg45172#msg45172 date=1064598086]
    Where did you get the fuel injection kit?? Would love to go that route and eliminate all carb tinkering. Any info is appreciated...

    [/quote]

    There are various options, here is the route I went http://olympiafj60.home.comcast.net/cruiser_TBI.html.

    As far as no more carb tinkering, unless you spend the big money on some one like the MAF kit or Howell, you will spend about as much time EFI tinkering.

    Brandon