36mm Individual Throttle bodies

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Postby 510rob » 15 May 2005 03:57

banzai510(hainz) wrote:http://www.modern-motorsports.com/catalog/default.php?cPath=50&PHPSESSID=2b0de7b5ada87b8ef3096808a323de37

Looks pretty long. What about the master clyinders?

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Postby perfectchoicemotorsports » 15 May 2005 07:39

Hahahaha! Were pretty good with EFI Engine control, but not that good. I've just never seen an engine actuall idle well at that RPM! Although the Model "A" will idle at 250 rpm, my partners actually built a EFI kit for Model "A" and "T".

Guys this is being triggered off the Coil Negative! Which is pretty un-real in the EFI Industry.

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Re: 36mm Individual Throttle bodies

Postby hang_510 » 01 Dec 2009 12:07

:shock: bump???
dunno how i missed this :evil:

i think this setup is in my garage now...



now i need to adapt a TPS to it.
seems to be the only missing part.
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Re: 36mm Individual Throttle bodies

Postby perfectchoicemotorsports » 01 Dec 2009 12:30

The TPS on it is a 0 to 5V TPS, the bodies are from a Honda 600F3 If I remenber correctly!

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Re: 36mm Individual Throttle bodies

Postby okayfine » 01 Dec 2009 13:21

perfectchoicemotorsports wrote:The TPS on it is a 0 to 5V TPS, the bodies are from a Honda 600F3 If I remenber correctly!

Kevin


0-5V TPS are pretty common. Most of the Nissan stuff is that way. Brian, you could probably find a TPS for the throttle bodies and use it - I ended up going back to the Suzuki TPS for simplicity when I was playing with ITBs and it worked fine with the KA ECU.
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Re: 36mm Individual Throttle bodies

Postby hang_510 » 02 Dec 2009 11:40

ill look at the honda stuff first...
hopefully adapting it will be a bolt up ordeal :|

thanks for the input!
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Re: 36mm Individual Throttle bodies

Postby 510rob » 02 Dec 2009 14:53

Brian, could you, would you, post pictures of your setup - we want to see it!!! (exchange of visual ideas)

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Re: 36mm Individual Throttle bodies

Postby hang_510 » 02 Dec 2009 16:29

510rob wrote:Brian, could you, would you, post pictures of your setup - we want to see it!!! (exchange of visual ideas)

me ? pix ??? :lol:


of course... but getting pix online sux for me :twisted: (no home comp)
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