Vortec 355 fuel injection question??
I have a 5.7 350 vortec .30 over daily driver+occasional tow(less than 5 times a year)
with comp cams 08-300-8 (grind cs 262h-r12)
duration at .050 206(intake) and 210(exhaust)
Rebuilt the trans and just beefed it up a little.
I estimate I will be pushing between 325 hp and 350 hp.
Original mileage was 272,000
I am just finishing up the build and realized I did nothing with my fuel injection system. I "believe" I have a multi-port injection looks kind of like a spider legs.
Can I just clean this well and call it good?
Do I need to replace the whole system?
Are there any specific parts that you would recommend that I change or inspect?
Thanks for the input!
It's called Central Sequential Multiport Fuel Injection and it has problems, including the poppet valves and lines.
Instead of trying to give you a complete rundown, suffice to say there's info out there for replacing the poppets w/a better, less failure/leak prone set up.
One such set up is: http://www.napaechlin.com/upload/NAP...K_VortecFI.pdf
At the very least, check/clean what you have. A tutorial like Poor Mans Repair Guide For Chevy,GMC Vortec Fuel Injector spider or CSFI System will give you an idea of what's required.
God I hate that damn fueling system, it is a pain in the ***, when it works right its fine, but when its old and brittle and fiddled with it tends to leak somewhere.
Sounds like I am going to buy the conversion. For approximately $400.
Way more than I wanted to spend but might as well do it right the first time eh?
Just fyi.. I called my local chevy dealer.. $150 per injector to replace the old stuff!!!! Ridiculous
Thanks for the info guys.
Well gents I ordered the new part and wanted to pass along some info.
Hope this helps someone in the future.
Thats CSFI to MPFI is a GM fix and was done under warranty to CSFI Voirtec 305 350 vehciles in California due to the Cali gas being incompatible with teh CSFIO kits.
Eliminate the spiders altogether.
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