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PostPosted: 22 Jun 2005, 00:45 
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yeah guyz can u help me out with this....
I want to mutipoint my head but i dont which mistubishi eng to rip it of? would a manga one do any good n wat shit do i have to mod to make everything work? im getting sick of 2 fat injectors.....but yeah guyz has anyone done this yet?

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The cheapest and most comon is an MPI off a Hyundai Sonata.

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Just a few more quick questions to throw in the pot...

What side does the throttle body go on the sonata manifold, What injectors do you use & is the standard thottle body of the sonata sufficent? eg. do you need to adapt a differnt 1? Will the standard Cordia turbs fuel pump live up to 4 injectors?


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T/b should work

550cc evo 3 injecotrs or you can get some smaller ones out of a mazda rotary that will work fine i cant rememebr what size is good tho.

may as well upgrade your fuel pump. you are gunna want to make more power with your MPI anyway so may as well have a capable fuel system

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PostPosted: 22 Jun 2005, 19:34 
Nah stuff the Hyundie,get a xpress 2.4 with 4 fat ab injectors.


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AB injectors wont fit any multipoint manifold.

Use a Sonata manifold or early sohc Galant or L300 manifold
like Roger says.


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your a tool roger, thats exactly the thing everyone is talkin about. u have no proof and obviously no idea. how the fudge would AB sized injectors fit into a multipoint manifold without modifying it? and the 2.4L manifold does not flow as well as the sonata. and go scan some evidence if u dont beleive me/us.


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PostPosted: 22 Jun 2005, 20:08 
Yeah your probably right with the injectors,cos i have a multipoint ontop of my wardrobe,the clearance between injectors are i think 3 - 4 mm.Im supporting the 2.4 multipoint.It looks to good.


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AB injectors wont fit any multipoint manifold.

Use a Sonata manifold or early sohc Galant or L300 manifold
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cooper which galant model would be the correct one to get parts off?


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soo ok does any 1 have pics of a muti point on a 4g62 head? or sumthing like that.....also with the Sonata intake how much fugeing around do u have to do to get tha bish workin?

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HG or HH. The '89 shape 2.0L SOHC model. Hyundai Sonata has the same SOHC 4G63 motor. You would have to use a VR-4 ECU or something, I don't know if the current ECU will be able to power the multi point.

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Any fuel injected late 80's, early 90's Galant with a sohc 4g63.


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I have a mulitpoint but its off a mitsubishi it was a 1.8 sohc but i was thinking of a xf falcon throttle body (65mm) and 510cc injectors off a evo 2. and dont forget about the dizzy I grabbed that as well hop this helps

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ssb2005 -> Galant VR-4 Evo, Lancer Evo I, II, III and IV use 510cc injectors. Evo V onwards use 550cc.

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ssb2005 -> Galant VR-4 Evo, Lancer Evo I, II, III and IV use 510cc injectors. Evo V onwards use 550cc.


Correct :wink:

You CAN NOT use the VR4 Ecu unless your going DOHC.

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Hrmm.. what ECU can you use, which is SOHC, multi point, uses a distributor, and is turbo? Nothing springs to mind.

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As far as I know you have to use an aftermarket ECU.

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now there is no way that you can use a doch head on a 4g62 block is there?? and i assume that getting a timing belt for it would be a real bitch.


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soo i need a 4g63 turbo intake muti point n a after market ecu correct? how much do after market ecu's go for anyone has a secound hand one?

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