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Old 02-06-2011, 04:27 PM
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Sorry if this has already been posted.

Stack injection anyone?

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Is there a price listed anywhere for this??
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I talked to Cliff at Kaase's last Friday about their stack injection. The bare intake is $850, which I think is a very good price. Unfortunately the rest of the parts add up quick. The intake, 4 throttle bodies, stacks, fuel rails, and linkage (basically everything except injectors, ECU, and wiring) is ~ $4000.

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$4K is cheap for a stack injection system, very cheap. Thart being said, the one in the link above looks to be ab electrionic fuel injection system, not mechanical.

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Here's a real, classic/vintage style (brand new today) mechanical stack injection system:





Individually manufactured by a boutique shop. You can get one for about $4000, complete with mechanical fuel pump and HFD Quick Change Timing Cover.

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That is AWESOME!
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Here's a real, classic/vintage style (brand new today) mechanical stack injection system:





Individually manufactured by a boutique shop. You can get one for about $4000, complete with mechanical fuel pump and HFD Quick Change Timing Cover.

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But do they make that to fit a B9 head?
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Dunno about the stack injection - not for my sleeper LOL

I sure do like those valve covers! Wonder if they're available at a reasonable price?

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Here's a real, classic/vintage style (brand new today) mechanical stack injection system:





Individually manufactured by a boutique shop. You can get one for about $4000, complete with mechanical fuel pump and HFD Quick Change Timing Cover.

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Paul,
64 Comet ?????? More details please
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I was thinking how did you figure out that was a 64 comet and then I saw the top of the grill.

My guess that is a lowriser FE? Nice rocker covers.


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Oh Paul, that is SO beautiful!
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So Rob, when did you order yours?
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I was thinking how did you figure out that was a 64 comet and then I saw the top of the grill.

My guess that is a lowriser FE? Nice rocker covers.


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No, that's a 385 series block.....the valve cover doesn't cover onto the intake....
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So Rob, when did you order yours?
The same day that you wrote me that $4K check.....don't you remember??
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