Yeah, the subject has been worn out quite a bit. But I'm looking for newer and up-to-date information.
See, I love carburetors, so much so that late at night, I like to get a bottle of 80wt oil, strip naked, climb in the engine bay.... erm, anyhow.
I have always been a fan of carbs, but am thinking about trying something new. So I thought I might upgrade to a 4.0 head and do an FI swap while I'm at it.
The reason behind the FI swap is that, unless the Automakers fail and I lose my job and move back to Kentucky, I'll be staying here in the frozen hell of Michigan, and in the dead of winter (starting now and lasting until March) carbs struggle, alot. So what the hell, right?
I've read probably every thread, twice. And a few different writeups. But most of that stuff is just the same thing repeated over and over - like Fox News.
So, if I do decide to do this next summer, I'd like some clarity. I know I could search all this out, but haveing a thread on here might help someone else in the future.
So is there an advantage to any of the multitude of FI setups over one another? I know I can get a donor XJ and rape it to get everything, but what else wan be used? What is the cheapest route, what is the easiest route, and which route involves drinking the most beer?
I'll admit it, I know nothing of Fuel Injection, I'm (almost) totally ignorant of how they work and how to install one. And I blame this on me being stubborn as a muel and not "embracing" it back in the early 90s when carbs starting going to way of the dinosaurs.
So school me here young'ns! Tell me if this is something I should even do, and maybe even convince me instead of me just thinking about it!