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I believe the Crossfire fuel injection can be converted into a carburetor. However I dont know where to find this sort of conversion kit, or how much it may cost. I would like for my 84' vette to have a carb because I plan on adding some performance parts. I think if I can get it to a normal chevy 350, I can treat it as a muscle car without the restrictions of fuel injection. Speaking of which, any suggestions on where to start for basic performance. It already has flowmasters. I would like to start with the basic engine components, headers, then maybe even a supercharger. Thanks for the suggestions.
 

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Yes it is possible....Paste the link on the bottom of my signiture to see a picture of my carbed engine. iI have a great article that goes into detail on how to do the conversion! If you have a fax # I will fax it to you!:thumbsup: I love having a carbed c-4!:excited:
 

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That carbed motor looks nice. Here's a question. Where'd ya get the nice carbon fiber dash?
 

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muddpile said:
That carbed motor looks nice. Here's a question. Where'd ya get the nice carbon fiber dash?
I bought the kit in Carlisle from a company called Superior Customs.....I think they have a web site....:huh:
 

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I just read an article in "Super Chevy" magazine that although EGI is better for starting, all-climate running, and maybe better fuel economy, that there is generally no power difference between the carb and EFI. Interesting article, Feb 2004 issue page 63/64.
 
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