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Old 04-14-2010, 04:36 PM
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From carb to EFI

I have a 1979 Honda Accord, that came with an annoying Keihin carburettor. After a lot of fight i managed to get the thing to work, but i want to take a drastic measure and rethink the fuel system in my car.
Then the idea: Why not electronic fuel injection? The TBI,MPI,CFI as called by GM, VW and Ford is based in a single injector in a carburettor-like body, featuring several built-in sensors of vital importance for the EFI.
So i bought the thing, that i plan to install in my intake manifold with an adaptor plate.

The other things that i have to adapt to the engine are: knock sensor-temp sensor-crank/cam position sensor-O2 sensor.
Other things needed: ECM-wiring harness-external fuel pump-filter-MAP sensor.
I think this is all i need, is there any part needed missing in this list?
As far as i know, the system is fully controlled by the ECM, including the timing but since i will use the original electronic distributor, the ECM will control only the injection. Can this cause an trouble?
Any ideas welcome!
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Old 04-15-2010, 10:59 AM
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Re: From carb to EFI

Ok, i figured out the solution: Fiat G6 system, distributorless, with two ignition coils and fully controlled by the ECM.
That Honda will be smart!
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