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11-12-2002 08:16 AM
67' BoleroCam I've heard that the TPI is suppost to get more powerful than the TBI after 2000rpm. So I assume that the TPI is better for top end?
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11-12-2002 07:52 AM
67' BoleroCam
Which is better to use a TPI or a TBI for a real hot streetcar

I'm puttin another motor in my 67' Camaro. I'm goin fuel injection on this one and was wanting to know why the TPI was cut off and if I should go with a newer TBI. Which is more effiecent of the 2? Which one can I create more horsepower without runnin my mpg into the ground?

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