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  • New distributor option for EFI

    We are in the process and will have working a new harness which will allow you to just connect to your current distributor (coil) and run your fuel injection system.

    Understand that I highly recommend a converted GM or Ford distributor for your conversions, but this can save a lot of time and money and still provide you many of the benefits from a fuel injection system.

    I have a customer of mine building these units right now and should be available sometime around the end of August or so.

    If the budget is tight and you still want to fuel inject this is an option. It is such that down the road you could always convert your system to a GM or Ford type distributor.

    We will sell these to this group for the same price as we sell a DIY kit and should help with keeping the cost down for your systems. We will also sell just the harness if you are so inclined without the rest of the items although you still will need them.

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    Is this like a tach filter built into the harness?
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      Welcome back Mark.
      Say hello to the family. Glad your back.
      Last edited by Bill usn-1; 08-20-2003, 06:48 PM.
      Bill USN-1

      COMMITED TO TEACHING PEOPLE THE "PROPER" WAY TO EFI
      HAMILTON FUEL INJECTION
      May be the answer to all your fuel injection needs!
      Learn to do it right.

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