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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-28-2001, 09:24 AM Thread Starter
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Re: AMC V8 EFI website

what's the total cost for this install, and what are the hp & tq benefits?

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I do not know the cost or actual performance gains of this EFI conversion. I know most after-market EFI (like the Holley Pro-Jection) only control fuel delivery. An EFI system that can control both fuel delivery and ignition timing is the better system.
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WHAT YEAR MODULE DID YOU USE? AND OFF OF WHAT DID THE T.B. COME FROM? I'M BUILDING MY GW FROM SCRATCH AND I'M SERIOUSLY CONSIDERING YOUR CONVERSION SO FOR NOW I JUST REBUIT THE OLD 2 BARREL INSTEAD OF BUYING A NEW EDLEBROCK SO ID APPRICIATE ANY COMMENTS.
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Re: AMC V8 EFI website

Sorry, but the website I posted is not mine. I have TBI knowledge. If I were to convert an AMC 360 I would start with a pickup/van GM 305/350 TBI system from 1990 - 1995. The wiring harness is the expensive part. If your lucky, you might find a complete TBI system with an uncut wiring harness. The author of the website I posted could assist you with parts or an EFI system. His prices are less than any other system I've seen.
Sorry to have caused you any confusion, but I've only seen just the one website that has done anything with an AMC 360 EFI conversion, so I thought I'd share it here.
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THANKS FOR THE WEB SITE IT WAS ENOUGH INFO, THE REST IS TRY'L AND ERROR. HOPEFULLY MORE TRY'L THAN ERROR.

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Re: AMC V8 EFI website

If you go back to the main page he also sells MPI kits for the AMC V-8s [ccol]

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