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    Default !!!! BBC Kinsler pontiac big chief injector!!!!!!!!!!!

    This injector has mechanical injectors, efi injectors, rails harness for efi. Can be run with both or either one. It is in good condition. Awesome looking piece. Will Take $1500 or best offer. 318-687-9088
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    Mechanical and EFI. Gary, what was the deal with that? Do you have an EFI module? Neat looking piece. Short runners. What were they run on? One of those offshore mills?

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    Hey Steve, there is no ecu with this, but the harness is there. This originally came off one of the offshore racers and last was run on alcohol on a 621 inch dragster with the mechanical injection only. Nice piece. Do u know of anyone that might be interested?? I hear that stacks are mandatory in jr fuel class. These are 2.9 inch throttle bores. Would make u a smokin deal on it if u can find it a home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gearhead View Post
    Mechanical and EFI. Gary, what was the deal with that? Do you have an EFI module? Neat looking piece. Short runners. What were they run on? One of those offshore mills?

    Thanks!
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    Hey Steven, i also thought that it would make a really nice alcohol twin turbo manifold where u could use the efi for startup, idle and cruise, and then use the mechanical to come in under boost. OR, there is a nice flat pad on each runner that has enough room for putting 2 injectors in each runner down in the lower part of the runner just below where the ram tube adaptors attach to the runner section. Kinsler makes a really nice low profile turbo plenum that would bolt right where the adaptors bolt to with throttle body in each plenum. Should make a nice impressive piece but these are for spread port heads and i cant find a deal on a set so im selling these. Might get a conventional set to do the very same thing.

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    Is it a low or tall deck manifold ?

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    Is it a low or tall deck manifold ?
    It is a 3 piece injector and will fit either 10.2 or 9.8 deck bbc

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    What would you have to do to run this 30% to 50% nitro on a Unblown Fuel Jet Boat.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PCE680 View Post
    What would you have to do to run this 30% to 50% nitro on a Unblown Fuel Jet Boat.?

    Have Gene Adams flow the unit for u with the correct fuel pump which might only take a jet change and right by-pass.

    You can also go to the Harvey Racing Engines site and look up spud miller. He is an injection guru. He personally runs a sbc on nitro in a dragster at right at 200 mph with cheap engine. Either of these two fellows can set u up. Did u get my private message on the lowered price? thanks

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