I've got a tpi Chevy V8 sitting in the garage begging to be installed in my FJ60. I've done a few V8 conversions in 40's but nrver in a 60 and never a tpi. I was wondering if anyone has any input or advice.
I have a tpi in my fj62.
you need to have the 1987-89 blazer/sub. wiring harness(stand alone). then its a peice of cake. get a pusher fuel pump from napa. and the scematic to figure out the 4 wires that need power and you all set.
ok maybe not that simple but its not rocket science
Yea i've just finished of putting an injected v8 into my fj60 wagon , fairly simple i chose to buy a bellhousing hit and retain the standard cruisr box , engine mounts come with the kit , over all very pleased with the way things turned out , plenty of clearances , Done the wiring myself using the computer harness for the engine , Im in australia so the engine for mine came out of a 92 model commodore , used the wiring diagram from the gregorys manual to figure out the connections , and yea pretty simple , i chose to run a surge tank tucked up above the rear axle , low pressure suction pup feeds it and it gravity feeds the high pressure pump , if ya want any pics let me know as i have plenty .