Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2003 09:02:40 -0000 From: "**-**" <youknownopsamuknow.me> Subject: Re: Switching to DI
"murphwiz" <nutz76nopsamternet.comUHOH!> wrote in message news:b5acff$c9f$1nopsamta.btinternet.com... > > "**-**" <youknownopsamuknow.me> wrote in message > news:3e7847ed_1nopsamntp-2.news.uk.tiscali.com... > > Fed up of tinkering with the distributor on my 900 and its really limiting > > my tweaking so I'm switching to DI. > > > > Having never played with a 9000 before until today when I pulled the > engine > > out of one it doesn't look too difficult. A quick look round has led me to > > believe I need to aquire the following. > > > > 1. 1989 Carlsson/B202 9000 Turbo DI and APC ECU (seperate boxes) > > 2. Loom > > 3. Trigger plate, oil pump housing, sensor from crank pulled of the above > > 9000 > > 4. The big red DI module > > 5. Map Sensor > > 6. APC solenoid looks different so may swap that. > > 7. Knock Sensor, look different but my multimeter reports they both read > the > > same values so I don't think this will happen. > > > > Anything I've missed? Its cheaper than going full standalone, looks well > > easy to do, all appears to be plug and play as its the same engine and > > should mean I'm able to push for 350bhp. Any one know how it will re-act > > with LH2.2? I'm thinking that it won't make any difference what your > fueling > > solution is as it appears to be seperate boxes which don't interact. > > > > Any Comments? > > > > Matt > > > > > > Best bet is to find an early 9000 turbo with DI and swap whole injection > system over with DI? Any reason for this? Does the DI talk to the Fuel ECU?