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Zaffer
post Feb 1 2010, 08:51 PM
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I was wondering if a MPS from a 1.7L will work with the 2.0L fuel injection. Are there any performance losses, running issues, etc.? The 2.0L MPS seems to be difficult to find but I have a line one from 1.7L. Any help would be, well, helpful.
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Ray Mital
post Feb 1 2010, 09:04 PM
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...I had the wrong MPS on a 1.7, it ran rich for about 15 minutes then crapped out.
you'd be surprised if you try to find an MPS on the websites. There are Clubbers out there willing to sell for a reasonable price.

I'm sure some part number guru's will chime in with the possible combinations of MPS with ECU matches.
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post Feb 1 2010, 10:52 PM
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some MPS are same untis, but calibrated differently. ther is a vendor, forget name of top of head now, (tradisrad knows him) that can test/ calibrate the MPS for your engine. that vendor could tell you which ones are usable for which engines I am not sure if all MPS are calibratable to all engines, but some are.

some one got the name of the calibration guy???????????????
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post Feb 2 2010, 08:04 AM
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My main goal right now is to find a good, working one for a 75-76 2.0L, though I would imagine any for a 2.0L would work. I would just hate to buy one and have the car run rich/poorly due to an incorrect MPS.
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post Feb 2 2010, 11:32 AM
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QUOTE (Zaffer @ Feb 1 2010, 05:51 PM) *
I was wondering if a MPS from a 1.7L will work with the 2.0L fuel injection. Are there any performance losses, running issues, etc.? The 2.0L MPS seems to be difficult to find but I have a line one from 1.7L. Any help would be, well, helpful.



http://members.rennlist.com/pbanders/DJetP...m#Compatibility
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post Feb 3 2010, 11:21 AM
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QUOTE (Zaffer @ Feb 2 2010, 06:04 AM) *
My main goal right now is to find a good, working one for a 75-76 2.0L, though I would imagine any for a 2.0L would work. I would just hate to buy one and have the car run rich/poorly due to an incorrect MPS.


The 1.7L MPS's will work fine at part load with a 75-76 Djet setup except at Wide Open Throttle when they will run it lean, lots of pinging. A factory 049 MPS for a 1.7L can be re calibrated to work with a 2.0L no problem. Some of the earlier ones can't without changing the end cap. A 1973 2.0L MPS 037 with not run properly on your setup either, too rich. Find a 043 MPS.
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