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Old 06-11-2003, 23:02   #1 (permalink)
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XF carby fuel pump and EFI pump

Is there a difference? In my Xf Im building Iv put the EFI engine in 2 the shell of the one that had the carby engine, so do I need 2 change pumps aswell?

Also on the fairmont (EFI) running with the fuel lines was an extra line (a 3rd one), has this got somthing 2 do with cruzzz control or EFI or somthing? as it wasnt on the Falcon Carby engine.

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I thought one was breather from the tank, EPA requirement, one is fuel in to the fuel rail, and the other is return from fuel rail back to the tank.

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Cruise control is simply another cable connected to the throttle, and pretends to be your foot :0)

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The difference between the fuel pumps is huge. The EFI pump is high pressure 200kPa - the carb one is only 56kPa. Isn't the carb one on the motor? The EFI one is on the tank.
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Yes the carb one is bolted to the side of the block and is mechanical driven from the motor, the EFI is in the tank and is an electrical pump.

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thanks guys, HUGE help, bolted my 3 new mounts up this arvo, how 2 hook everything else up and it should be right :)
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