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Old 08-04-2004, 19:31   #1 (permalink)
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i want to upgrade my CFI to mpfi and have been meaning to do it for a while now...
I mean whats the use of moly rings, hi comp pistions, head work, stage 5 cam etc etc if its all being restricted by the fuel system

Ive just been to a wrecker and he said he'll do the total conversion which includes all the parts and all the labour + insurance i think for $660

does this sound like a good price??
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insurance ????
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Old 08-04-2004, 19:47   #3 (permalink)
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ahhh warranty on the parts...
same thing
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oh ok ,yeah sounds alright maybe a litrtle to expensive
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I collected all the parts to do mine and it cost me $200, cos I had to get a mixer for the gas setup as well, otherwise it would have been $150. So $510 for labour sounds a bit much. but you do have the warrenty for 3 to 6 months.
It is not all that hard to do yourself. But try and recruit a couple of mates or people off the forums who have done it before and you will be right. Just put on a BBQ and they will come.
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Yeah.. People are always willing to help other members with stuff like this.

Parts = $150-200
BBQ = $50
Slab of VB = $40
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$40 for a slab of VB in Melbourne? You're getting ripped Yagz! lol
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I don't know if its just me but everywhere I have asked they have quoted me prices of around $400-500 for all the parts etc.
The parts that i'm using are
EF intake manifold with air temp sens tps and injectors
EB idle air motor
EA multipoint fuel pump
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EA computer , loom etc

Im not that mechanically minded enough but why does everyone else say 150-200??
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$40 for a slab of VB in Melbourne? You're getting ripped Yagz! lol
hahaha, well, a slab of melbourne/carlton is about $36.. So i was being generous
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$40 for crappy VB pfffffft!! Yagz, where do you buy your beer from? LOL!
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