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Old March 28th, 2013, 09:20 PM
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Whats my EFI worth?

I have had it. I am going to get the RPI carb kit & sell the EFI off my 94 GEMS. Dont care about devaluing mt truck as I will never sell it. So whats it worth?
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Complete engine harness computer distributor all sensors fuel pump nothing cut in working order or just the EFI bits that are easy to remove, no harness etc.?
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Old March 29th, 2013, 08:27 AM
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Everything i dont need after i carb it & put a mallory dizzy in
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Diz is not associated with EFI. You can keep it and save a few bux. (EFI gets its timing input from coil tho)
Get scrap value for the aluminum intakes. The rest of it? meh. EFI ECU worth maybe $50, the remaining odds and ends, not much.
There are some things that are of use. If the rubber hose from the MAS to the intake plenum is good, then someone can get some use out of it. I personally would just give it away to someone who needs it. Same with the upper plenum with its stepper motor.
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I have had it. I am going to get the RPI carb kit & sell the EFI off my 94 GEMS. Dont care about devaluing mt truck as I will never sell it. So whats it worth?
why have you had it? Is it because you can't get it setup correctly?

there are tools and help out there ...
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Also, don't forget that you have a high pressure fuel pump in the tank that will blow out the needle valve on the carb. You'll have to kill the tank pump and use a low pressure one. Also, the pedal linkage is gonna be weird.
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Assuming you pull the EFI harness and all the senors and the intake, I would say at least $500 and probably more like $1000. Maybe you could even get $1500 from a burn victim.
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Assuming you pull the EFI harness and all the senors and the intake, I would say at least $500 and probably more like $1000. Maybe you could even get $1500 from a burn victim.
You're mental. However, out on the left coast they seem to think that Classics are worth 15 grand for one that goes for 1500 around here. Those suckers would pop on 1000 clams for sure.
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I would pay $500 right now and I am cheap.
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A 94' came with 14cux Hotwire injection not gems. Are there known problems with this harness/ecu? I may have someone interested.
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