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Edelbrock XT Sequential Port Injection

Old 01-15-2019, 07:42 PM
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I will figure out our log in to upload video, but this might give you an idea of how smooth itís idling.
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I will figure out our log in to upload video, but this might give you an idea of how smooth itís idling.
Awesome!!! I'm very impressed!
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So, I ran into a small issue that was mostly my fault. Remember I said I didnít use Edelbrockís fuel pump signal wire?

Well, with regular key on power as you might expect one would do to power the pump, the issue that comes up is the key on power dies momentarily as you engage the starter. This moment is long enough to drop fuel pressure enough to not open injectors. So, Peter at Edelbrock tech explained the signal wire to me. They switch the ground instead of 12v power so they can momentarily hold pump on as long as the rpm signal detects rotation.
So, in closing- use the fuel pump and fan signals even if you have already wired them from previous mods as I had.
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Nice, very sharp looking install, do you plan to run it on the Dyno again?
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Just FYI:
That looks similar to my RamJet 350 intake. It would not fit under the stock hood on my '68. I have it under an L-88 hood.
I went and looked at my RamJet 350 and yours appears to be not quite as tall, and may fit under your regular hood.
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Iím sure thereís some Meeting I should be going to once a month for this. 😜
Looks Awesome. I wish I had something like that for my Big Block painted Blue to match my 66.
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Looks Awesome. I wish I had something like that for my Big Block painted Blue to match my 66.
BB Ramjet
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