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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-13-2001, 05:02 PM Thread Starter
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Multi Port vs Throttle Body

I need to know all the pros and cons of the multi port and the throttle body fuel injection and which is better, i also need to know how much they cost, and if they will go on a 90 YJ. thanks

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Re: Multi Port vs Throttle Body

I don't know the address but there is a write up I saw recently. Do a search for it. If you are interested in upgrading to the Howell TBI fuel injection setup, let me know because I am getting together a group buy for it that can save you $170 off the normal price. It normally costs $1095, but with the group buy it will be $925. If you are interested I would like to be putting the order together next week sometime. I already have a few people who will be ordering, so let me know. My email address is [email protected] Thanks.


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Re: Multi Port vs Throttle Body

Here is some GREAT information! Click on the banner and it'll take you to the site...

IMHO which one is better depends upon what you're going to do with the engine. The Howell you can tinker with... the Mopar you'll have a heck of a time putting it on a non-stock engine. Good Reading, when you've read it over.. come on back with questions!

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