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Old 03-19-2014, 11:02 PM   #36
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Ya I see the carb intake, easy swap
Why would you swap from carb to efi? There's absolutely no need to swap anything with these engines. Id just get a good intake manifold and a good carb and youre good to go.
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Why would you swap from carb to efi? There's absolutely no need to swap anything with these engines. Id just get a good intake manifold and a good carb and youre good to go.
He wants efi that's why
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He wants efi that's why
I do want some gas milage... that's why lol carb gas milage is worse than fuel injected so..
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I do want some gas milage... that's why lol carb gas milage is worse than fuel injected so..
Carb def cheaper to get up and running by far
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Carb def cheaper to get up and running by far
There's three things about buying parts for a mustang. You can get cheap, reliable and fast. Although you only get 2 choices.. i would rather have gas milage..
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Efi is better in cold weather also
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