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    porter_pody_69
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    Default How to convert a carb Toyota 22R to an efi Toyota 22Re

    i know a bit about this alredy and know it is some times "hot butin"
    but how can I tell what parts I will need and what I wont. ie the hole
    head or just the manifold, new cam or not? and is it realy nesisary
    for all of the ecu's sencers to be conected?

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    al
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    Default How to convert a carb Toyota 22R to an efi Toyota 22Re

    On May 1, 6:02 pm, porter_pody...@...........m wrote:
    > I know a bit about this alredy and know it is some times "hot butin"
    > but how can I tell what parts I will need and what I wont. ie the hole
    > head or just the manifold, new cam or not? and is it realy nesisary
    > for all of the ecu's sencers to be conected?


    You're looking at re-engineering the truck. As that excellent article
    makes clear, it not just new hardware. There's the computer, the
    wiring, the fuel tank, the fuel lines, timing etc. etc. My 87 22R had
    a gummed up carb from sitting a long time. I couldn't get it to idle
    right. I finally put a Weber on it. It's not a perfect match but it
    works. I wouldn't dream of going to fuel injection. I've got better
    things to do with the next few years. Good luck. You'll need plenty
    of it. Al

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    porter_pody_69
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    Default How to convert a carb Toyota 22R to an efi Toyota 22Re

    On May 1, 10:28 pm, al <abuo...@........> wrote:
    > On May 1, 6:02 pm, porter_pody...@...........m wrote:
    >
    > > I know a bit about this alredy and know it is some times "hot butin"
    > > but how can I tell what parts I will need and what I wont. ie the hole
    > > head or just the manifold, new cam or not? and is it realy nesisary
    > > for all of the ecu's sencers to be conected?

    >
    > You're looking at re-engineering the truck. As that excellent article
    > makes clear, it not just new hardware. There's the computer, the
    > wiring, the fuel tank, the fuel lines, timing etc. etc. My 87 22R had
    > a gummed up carb from sitting a long time. I couldn't get it to idle
    > right. I finally put a Weber on it. It's not a perfect match but it
    > works. I wouldn't dream of going to fuel injection. I've got better
    > things to do with the next few years. Good luck. You'll need plenty
    > of it. Al


    how much was that webe? and any HP gane?

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    jp2express
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    Default How to convert a carb Toyota 22R to an efi Toyota 22Re

    Dude, use a spell checker or at least try a little harder. Weber was spelt
    in the post you replied to.

    <porter_pody_69@...........m> wrote
    >
    > how much was that webe? and any HP gane?
    >

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    al
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    Default How to convert a carb Toyota 22R to an efi Toyota 22Re

    On May 2, 7:15 am, porter_pody...@...........m wrote:
    > On May 1, 10:28 pm, al <abuo...@........> wrote:
    >
    > > On May 1, 6:02 pm, porter_pody...@...........m wrote:

    >
    > > > I know a bit about this alredy and know it is some times "hot butin"
    > > > but how can I tell what parts I will need and what I wont. ie the hole
    > > > head or just the manifold, new cam or not? and is it realy nesisary
    > > > for all of the ecu's sencers to be conected?

    >
    > > You're looking at re-engineering the truck. As that excellent article
    > > makes clear, it not just new hardware. There's the computer, the
    > > wiring, the fuel tank, the fuel lines, timing etc. etc. My 87 22R had
    > > a gummed up carb from sitting a long time. I couldn't get it to idle
    > > right. I finally put a Weber on it. It's not a perfect match but it
    > > works. I wouldn't dream of going to fuel injection. I've got better
    > > things to do with the next few years. Good luck. You'll need plenty
    > > of it. Al

    >
    > how much was that webe? and any HP gane?


    I paid a little over $200 some five or more years ago. The only one I
    could find was intended for a 1984 or earlier so it isn't an exact
    fit. I believe that results in the power being about the same or even
    a bit less than stock. It smooth though and just won't stall. All
    told, I'm OK with it.

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