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Crossfire fuel injection?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Sandman, Jan 27, 2003.

  1. Sandman

    Sandman 3/4 ton status Author

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    I was just given a setup of this and was wondering if it was worth keeping or what. I'm not planning on running it or anything. Just wondering if anybody has any experience with this system. If its decent, maybe I'll throw it on my old Chevelle for kicks.
     
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    The suck in stock form. The old Ceasefire TAs were dogs with the stock setup. You can buy upgraded Crossfire computers and they will work wonders. I would go for it!
     
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    Read the link...they were designed at the very edge of their capabilites. Small ports, small throttle bodies...and apparently the ports can't be physically enlarged due to design. Prolly fine in stock form...but certainly not a candidate for real power.

    Rene
     
  5. Thunder

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    Yeah as Blaze said the old computers were junk. With a new computer(90s GM ECM) they can be made to work real good.
    With the new computer they will build some decent HP .But they cost around $500 from turbocity.
    BTW If you want to sell it I may be interested. I dont live too far form Id.

    Here's some good info on installing a crossfire on older cars.
    crossfire install
     

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