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Old 07-29-2011, 09:57 PM   #1
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TBI install/ customization

Ok, I am planning to install Chevy TBI on my AMC 304 this fall. I have a full harness cleaned and ready to install, and have all the stock TBI componets. I am using a 7747 computer for a 350, and a throttle body for a 350. I have eliminated the EAC, EGR, and 700r4 wiring from the harness, but all other stuff is still there. The install of sensors and the TBI itself is no biggie, but what do I need to do for the ignition module?? Currently I run an MSD vac advance distributer and MSD 6AL box. I plan to lose the vacuum advance and lockout the mechanical advance inside, but I want to keep the 6AL in use with teh TBI.. How will I need to wire this in, and utilize the stock TBI ignition module? As for the EAC, EGR, 700r4 deletion, will any of this cause a CEL to come on? IF so, is this something I can change myself on the computer programming(WInALDL or something), or will I need to get a custom chip flashed. As for A/F ration from the 350 setup on a 304, I think I will be ok there, not too concerned with that. Is anyone here a TBI guru that can help me out?
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Old 07-31-2011, 09:29 PM   #2
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i think i would try to gut the distributor and install all the gm stuff into it. as far as the a/f goes why don't you get a computer front a tbi 305. the 305 and 304 were very close in hp ratings and it would probably run better than the 350 one. hell get one out of a camaro with a 5spd and you dont have to worry about the auto settings messing with it. i'm pretty sure dui has a didtributor for this app;ication.
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Call up AFI (Affordable Fuel Injection.) Tell them what your trying to do and what your working with.Theyve done them all. They dont mind if you use your own stuff. They mite have the right computer for your need or can flash one for you.
Most small block tbi's differance are the injector sizes. Like stated before a 305 mite be closer to your 304 set-up.
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