Re: [DML] Contemplating a Carb Swap
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Re: [DML] Contemplating a Carb Swap

No Bill, I have a six cylinder.  Autolite 1100 on it.  Probably also has the Load-O-Matic distributor (talk about over-complex engineering!!)

I also understand *WHY* the Mustang needs to be cranked so long before it starts, my point was my fuel injected DeLorean does not have this problem.

Your advice on the 2100 is appreciated, but does not apply to me.  I have rebuilt the carburetor myself with the "kit" a number of times, with mixed results.  The decision to send it out to "pony" a few years back was based on glowing reccomendations of their work, and "modifications" they made to fix "known issues" with the setup.  I don't know what changes they made, but if anything it made my MPG worse than before.

Either way, we have gone WAY off topic with this.  The point of my post was to express and support *MY OPINION* that even the "complex" mechanical fuel injection on the DeLorean is worlds better than any carburetor. 

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