Re: [DML] Problems
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Re: [DML] Problems

lamborghinijim wrote:

>2. Emmission stuff, what has to be done to remove all this garbage,
>you cannot see the motor because of al the crap fitted!!!!
Nothing can be done.. all the 'crap' on the engine is required for it to
run, not for emissions.  About the only two visible components you lose
by getting rid of the lambda controls (emissions stuff) are the
frequency valve and the catalytic converter.  The fuel distributor, CPR,
cold start valve, etc, are still required for the fuel system to work,
lambda or not. About the only way to get rid of this stuff would be to
get you a carburated intake and just use a carb instead of fuel
injection.  That or piece together an EFI system.  In both reguards,
unless you know what your doing and what your getting into, your best
off leaving it alone.

While I do agree the K-jet FI is ugly as sin, if you get rid of it and
switch to something else, as with any extreme modifications, you'll lose
alot of the fuel system related support and advice you get here with the
stock system because no one will really know what you have or have done
to your car but you, and will have no experience to draw from to help
you out.  This alone is one of the primary reasons i'm not really doing
much customizing to the drivetrain of my own D. While I do have decent
mechanical skills, I don't want to lose the wealth of knowledge
available here if something breaks.


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