Specifications, applications, part numbers, and prices for various OEM fuel injection components.
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I am working on getting my MG running with the MS and I just picked up a GM 2.4L TBI. I need to have an adapter made and was looking to figure out if I could keep it as a sidedraft (such as I have currently with the SU Carbs) or if I need to mount it in a vertical position?
I think it would look better if it was still a sidedraft and it would allow a better airflow (no clearance issue with the hood) - but, is there any reason that would I should not do it.
Thanks for any insight
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It shouldn't matter what position it's. That's one of the big advantages to EFI in off road vehicles. Even in extreme off camber situations, the EFI continues to work correctly.
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IIRC, Lance set up a GM TBI like that on a Prelude. They run fine that way.
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Do you mean 2.5L? Used from about 1987 to 1990? (With the TBI EFI I mean, the 2.5L was around a lot longer.)
The 2.4L was also called the "Quad 4", and used multiport EFI, that had a dry throttle body.
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