Re: [DML] Why Owners Carburete Their DeLoreans
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Re: [DML] Why Owners Carburete Their DeLoreans you aren't going to answer the points about accurate AFR and the 
incompatibility with a 3-way catalyst?

Fine, you make a bolt-on fuel delivery system, we get that. Well done. 
Stop trying to sell it as something it isn't and we'll stop criticising 
you for trying. Marc put it best in his last email, you keep advertising 
it as solving problems you alone are finding.


On 12/04/2012 20:00, content22207 wrote:
> While each owner who carbureted his DeLorean had reasons to do so unique to himself (ask nicely and any of them likely will tell you what those reasons were), I think it is safe to say that not a single one of them wanted to design and fabricate a new induction system from the ground up. They wanted a bolt on, turn key replacement that would work reliably from the first key turn onward. That is what I make. Arguments that these owners should have designed and built their own induction systems (of whatever ilk) probably ring hollow in their ears. That other owners have done so is irrelevant -- people who come to me are looking for a complete conversion in a single box, a "kit" if you will.
> Bill Robertson
> #5939


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