Thread: EFI to Carb
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Old 08-10-2011, 02:51 AM
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Originally Posted by mr.lopar View Post
to swap it to carb youll need to get a vacumn advanced distributer, ballast resister, and control module. if theres any junkyard near you that have older vehicles you can easily get this stuff off any 70s mopar car or truck, and most 80s dodge trucks. or you can order it through summit racing with the wire harness

as for the fender and control arm youll have to find one in a junkyard or someone parting one out
Well that sounds easy enough, never thought of that There is 2 or 3 junkyards within 50 miles so i should atleast be able to find another d150.

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Originally Posted by snrusnak View Post
Why switch to carb? TBI is a great system...better mpg, reliability, and power...
I just like the simplicity of a carbureted system. Just intake-motor-exhaust and minimal electricals for lights, guages, etc...
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