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post #1 of 3 Old 03-03-2010, 06:36 PM Thread Starter
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A9L controlling a big block?

Is there a way to use my stock a9l to run a 460? This is a carbed 460, so I figured i could just drill and tap the intake for injectors and make a throttle body to carb flange adaptor, and get a later fi distributor. What about the firing order? dunno if its the same or not.

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There is a guy...

Okay, an acquaintance of mine who runs an '86ish speed density system on a couple of 385 series engines,
the trick is using the appropriate sized throttle body and injectors. It works for him, it'll probably work for you...
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I think the Mega squirt setup may be a little more user friendly for this type of deal. With the A9L you still have to have a way to tune, change parameters. Using a megasquirt / Fast style stand alone would be much easier I think.

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