Just bought this Hilborn EFI

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    604B1duster Well-Known Member

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      That would look cool sticking out of the hood
       
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      Cope Fusing with fire

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      Very nice!
      We have an Enderly one and it also came off a drag boat. Seems that's the place to find em.

      Di you get the pump and the timing cover with it?

      My bad I see yours is EFI, ours is MFI.

      that is sweet!
       
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      Thanks guys, yes EFI through the hood is the plan. The pics are all mock up, it was never run, guy had to sell and recoup what he could.
       
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      pishta I know I'm right....

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      was just thinking about how you run an Idle Air Control valve on an IR intake. Does it have some sort of injection tube rail to each runner or a linkage kicker like a Dodge TBI? Wild! Boats would seem to maximize the "All or none" personality of a mechanical injection, but EFI would smooth that right out.
       
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      I’m not sure exactly how it works without an IAC , but I’m pretty sure it really just uses a TPS, Map, coolant temp, O2sensor, Air temp, EFI dual sync distributor, unless I’m missing something. The whole setup from Hilborn is over 7k.
       
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      I've got EFI on my quad four engine in my race car. To keep the old time look I use side draft webers as throttle bodies. I don't have an IAC, I use the idle adjust screw on the carburetor to control the idle. It works just fine. IMG_0299.JPG

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        604B1duster Well-Known Member

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        Very cool ! I Used to take care of a bunch Buick achievas with that motor, pretty quick n reliable. Water pumps were no fun though
         
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        Love the old sprints. Don’t recognize that engine though.
         
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        Its a 1989 GM quad four
         
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        There is a guy here in Cincinnati rebuilding vintage sprints. Works on a lot of offy stuff and he drives the wheels off some of them. Amazing era of racing.
         
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