Re: [DML] engine swap?
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Re: [DML] engine swap?

Did you remove the stock fuel meter housing?  IMHO,
this item is restrictive (Well, the whole intake is!)
and you will see an improvement with it removed.

The last EFI DeLorean discussed on the DML had a
custom intake manifold too.  Maybe you want to
investigate something like that?

Good luck!  I am glad to see some more people doing
EFI conversions on the DeLorean.  With any luck, it
will be a well documented process that others can

--- "Daniel F." <daniel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I also agree that keeping the original PRV is a good
> idea for many
> reasons. That is why I decided to just "modernize"
> it, instead of
> just swapping it out for a different engine. Besides
> the EFI, I also
> have professionally-made custom headers and exhaust
> system
> (which I cannot take credit for), K&N air filter and
> Accel coil, and
> I love the performance. When you open the engine
> cover it looks
> basically stock with the exception of some fuel
> rails and no
> K-Jetronic fuel system clutter!

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