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Old 03-31-2003, 06:25   #1 (permalink)
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confused whats involved in mpfi changeover....

hey guys can anyone tell me exactly wat parts/work is involved in changeover from CPFI to MPFI.....
is it difficult task?
any info appreciated thanxz...
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Parts - manifold, injectors, fuel rail. Manifold loom. Fuel pump. And manifold gasket (make sure its the MPFI one!)
Also some wiring modifications will have to be done, not hard though if you can get hold of the diagrams.
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I was also looking at changing my cfi to a mpfi. Does anyone know roughly what it would cost for all of the parts?
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I was quoted $200 for all the parts...

But one thing I gotta suggest is - how long do you want to keep your car? I reckon that you are better off buying new parts such as distributors and stuff cos you will have far less troubles in the future than with using second hand parts of questionable quality..

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My brother's selling EA and EF MPFI conversions - check EA For Sale section, post by GLI90.
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