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Ive got a carbuerated chev 350 in an 88 4runner. Block just died so I need a new one. How hard would it be to go fuel injected and does anybody know any good resources for this endeavor? write me at [email protected] Thanks dudes.
 

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The easiest way would be throttle body injection.

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1974 Dodge W100 Power Wagon BROKEN :(
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TBI would be the easiest, you'll need a harness and computer. The vortec cpi is complicated to say the least. You can buy harness's from painless or howell, all you need is a computer. The other way to go is to use propane. While it isn't as efficient as fuel injection you don't have to worry about sidehills and carbs flooding etc.,

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Originally posted by automan:
Holley makes a conversion for carbuerated to fuel injection
Yup. they are between $1500 and $2000. I have been looking at prices for my truck

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1974 Dodge W100 Power Wagon BROKEN :(
Looks beaten up but it's fun.
360 V8, 3 wheels
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