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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-26-2004, 03:46 PM Thread Starter
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posted this in the Galaxie pages, thought somene could help here too.



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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-26-2004, 05:35 PM
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Hey Mopar Man,

Putting FI on an FE is only possible if you win the Lotto and have Very Good friends in the Machining industry....

That's what Methinks anyhow...

Never seen it done, never heard of it done, But you can probably do what the others said, go with some sort of Throttlebody Injection.
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Just machine a carb intake for injector bungs, use 5.0 sensors and run it with a F.A.S.T. system.
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why couldn't one use an elbow to adapt the TB to a carb manifold, machine the manifold for injectors, and use MAF?

Not really up to date on EFI stuff if you can't tell.

The biggest problem I see is that the ends of the intake runners are under the valve cover and you'd have to have the injectors further away from the head....but again, I don't know if that'd cause a problem or not.

Just thinking out loud, sorry
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There's a Swedish company making individual runner efi setups, owner of which is a diehard FE guy. He has developed a setup for FE, which has the intake runner block, 8 throttle bodies and valley tray. Requires the use of coil pack ignition.


Modified carb intake with tb would be cheaper & somewhat less drivable with big cams. However, just the sheer looks of a IR setup would be something.

One possibility would be to use weber intake (like holman moody) and weber IDA style throttle bodies to come up with a IR setup. That's probably the most common way to go IR.


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EFI on a FE. Check out www.qualityroadsters.com. They have a trick setup that uses Ford Mass Air, factory ford computor, sensors, wiring, etc. Distributor is a custom Mallory unit. It uses a modified LS1(yuck) mass air meter that allows you to use a stock air cleaner if you like. I am about ready to order up a unit for the wife's 68 GT, and will be using a modified Performer RPM instead of the Victor FE that is suggested for a more stealthy look.
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