Date: Fri, 05 Dec 2003 20:40:58 GMT
From: Paul Halliday <>
Subject: Re: Classic 900 carburetor engines

in article bqlsmj$24uafl$, **-** at wrote on 03/12/2003 23:47: <snip>Intake manifold for Webers</snip> > Custom one mate, cut down 900 manifold with the correct flanges to take the > webers welded on. Looks like theres just enough room. Nice carbon airbox > lobbed onto em and job done ;-) Hmmm, either Lumenition or Jenvey would seem to do the trick with a B202 900i. Lumenition TBs fit onto 45 manifolds, so that might well tip the balance if you can come through with one of these intake manifolds. On the B202, the injectors run by common fuel rail much closer to the cylinders than placing injectors on the throttle bodies. Should these be blocked off and the injectors fitted to the throttle bodies, or the other way round? What about fitting a second set of injectors (and Lumenition FI controller) to the TBs and leaving the 900 FI intact? What about the AMM? Should the Bosch system be stripped and a new FI system be introduced? If the latter, then surely a B201 would be good as well? Just block off the CIS, remove the air box and fuel accumulator and introduce a new aftermarket FI system with the throttle bodies I though you mentioned the B202 because the Bosch FI was already there and TBs could almost be bolted straight on. Whatcha think? Pros and cons either way. Still theoretical at the moment, but I can see some fun and chopping :) Has anyone done this? Surely they have, but I've not found them even on the internet yet. Perhaps my Googling skills are not as good as I think they are - anyone found anything? Paul 1989 900 Turbo S

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