Re: [DML] Performace fuel system
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Re: [DML] Performace fuel system

To add to Marc's comments;  EFI is the way to go.  Tunability is virtually unlimited.  It's a bit late now, but for project of this scope, if you wanted to stay with the PRV, it would have been better to start with an Eagle 3.0.  They're readily available and cheap and you get larger displacement, even fire, electronic ignition, higher stock compression, and it's already equipped with EFI and all sensors.  As Delorean engine "swaps" go, it's about the easiest one out there.  You change out the lower crank case with the Delorean one (to get the motor mounts in the right spot), then it bolts in just like the original PRV.  No adapter plates or frame modifications.

Now, if you wanted to change to an entirely different engine, Marc can tell you abtou that too.  

Wherever this project takes you, keep up posted!

VIN 2650 ("Project Delorean")

----- Original Message ----
From: Marc Levy <malevy_nj@xxxxxxxxx>
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Sunday, March 25, 2007 7:49:47 PM
Subject: Re: [DML] Performace fuel system

Three letters for you-


With all of that modification, why use a ancient fuel

Sure, you can modify the Bosch fuel system to support
the extra power, but that will be the least of your

A number of people have had success installing EFI on
their PRV. The biggest thing you have to worry about
is the restrictive intake. With all of the
modifications you have done, the stock DeLorean intake
will be your bottleneck. Get a PRV intake from
Europe that can support EFI, or build your own (as
some have done).

--- casey barlow <dmc1288mph@yahoo. com> wrote:

> Hi all, I have been working on rebuilding my
> delorean engine for more performance.

Don't get soaked.  Take a quick peek at the forecast
with the Yahoo! Search weather shortcut.

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