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Old 09-30-2003, 22:58   #1 (permalink)
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cfi to mpfi

i am thinking of doing the mpfi my problem is i don't know alot about engines are there any mechanics around Ipswich that might be able to do it i rather pay a couple hundred for the parts then going out picking up a mpfi motor and end up paying 4 to 5 hundred for that and o top the mechanics bill to. A friend of mine from up norh got a ea falcon cfi got the parts and payed an extra 150 for the mechanic

What parts do i need?
do i have to change the gearbox to?

any help will do
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well im not too sure what needs to be done other than getting rid of that big round thing on the top...

Just do a search on FF and you will find HEAPS of stuff.
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Old 09-30-2003, 23:04   #3 (permalink)
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I had a look at the engine today i wouldn't know what goes where.
the main point i need is the mechanics are ipswich
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am thinking of doing the mpfi my problem is i don't know alot about engines are there any mechanics around Ipswich that might be able to do it i rather pay a couple hundred for the parts then going out picking up a mpfi motor and end up paying 4 to 5 hundred for that and o top the mechanics bill to
Sorry this reply doesn't answer your questiion, but ever heard of a little thing called punctuation? It's pretty frustrating reading a sentence that never ends....
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Old 09-30-2003, 23:06   #5 (permalink)
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sorry about that my mate write it i was on the phone
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This thread may be of some help. cpi to mpi conversion
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Sounds like your still on the phone hahahahaha j/k

The gear box certainly doesn't haveto be changed, I don;t know on the exact specifics of doing the conversion (hope to do it myself soon ) but as FoMoCo4eva said, this topic has been brought up evry second day, you should be able to find what you need by doing a search on FF...
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Old 10-01-2003, 00:46   #8 (permalink)
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i down a search on the mpfi and a few of the tread say i need a few different parts. Could some please tell me that have done the conversion the parts i need.
Can any normal mechanic co this conversion
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Send galapogas a pm. He has just done this conversion himself, and has a list of all the parts needed. Any mechanic would be able to do it, but I say do it yourself, cause that way, you will learn more about your car, and how it works
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