Products and Systems
Products and Compatibility Fitting List
We have designed our Classic Fuel Injection system so that it can be fitted to virtually any petrol vehicle. It does not matter whether it is a car, truck, van, 4 cylinder, 6 cylinder or 8 cylinder engine. The Classic Fuel Injection system is typically fitted in one of four methods
Fitting Method 1
Using our vehicle and carburettor specific adaptors.
The system is easy to fit, requires no machining and has the ability for inbuilt Idle speed control.
It makes virtually no permanent changes to the original vehicle and can be easily reversed.
Adaptors available for vehicles fitted with many SU, Stromberg, Weber and 4 barrel V8 carburettors so covers many popular vehicles in the classic car world.
Fitting Method 2
Mount the injectors in the air stream before the throttle blade to create a simple throttle body or TBI system
( Typically mount the injectors in the centre of the pancake type air filters )
This method allows our system to be fitted to virtually any vehicle with very minimal changes to original vehicle which can easily be reversed.
Fitting Method 3
Modify your inlet manifold to accept our fuel injectors.
This does require machining and permanent changes to the vehicle but it allows for accurate directional flow of injector stream onto each inlet valve.
This method allows fitment to many vehicles where carburettor adaptors are not available.
This method is also used for converting mechanical injected vehicles to electronic injection.
Examples include Lucas PI, Bosch K Jetronic, Brico and others
Fitting Method 4
Use replacement throttle bodies in place of the original carburettor.
Many vehicles fitted with Weber DCOE, Weber DGA can be modified using these " carb look alike " throttle bodies.
These are designed to be a bolt on replacement to the original carburettor and include the popular ranges from Webcon and Jenvey Dynamics.
Many of these throttle bodies have inbuilt injectors and / or injector mountings and often include fuel pressure regulators and TPS sensors.
We can also offer our V8 throttle bodies which are designed to replace the 4 barrel carburettor found on many V8 engines.
Examples include most American V8's and some Mercedes and Rolls Royce vehicles fitted with the Solex 4bbl carburettors.
Examples of vehicles that can be converted using our Classic Fuel Injection System
We can provide systems to convert virtually any vehicle whether 2, 4, 6, 8 or 12 cylinders.
The range covers most of the popular UK classic cars and a range of others such as USA V8's, Jaguar V12's
Please see the store listing " Premium Vehicle Kits listed by Vehicle "
This list is not intended to be exhaustive in any way but to simply give an idea of the vehicles that can be converted to fuel injection using our system.
If your vehicle is not shown please contact us and we can probably build a kit for your car
Popular Carburettors that can be converted using the Classic Fuel Injection System
We currently have adaptors available for the following popular carburettors
SU 1 1/4 Inch - H2, HS2, HIF2
SU 1 1/2 Inch - H4, HS4, HIF4
SU 1 3/4 Inch - H2, HS6, HIF6
SU 2 Inch - H8, HS8, HIF8
Zenith Stromberg Carburettors
Stromberg 1 1/4 Inch - CD125
Stromberg 1 1/2 Inch - CD150
Stromberg 1 3/4 Inch - CD175
Weber DGV / DGAS Carburettors
Retroject Throttle Body
Many Cars fitted with Weber DGV DGAS series can be converted using the direct bolt on replacement " Retroject " Throttle Body from Weber / Webcon
Weber DCOE / Dellorto DHLA Carburettors
Weber / Dellorto Side Draft Throttle Body
Cars fitted with the Weber DCOE / Dellorto DHLA series side draft carburettors can be converted using replacement carburettor "look alike" throttle bodies from Weber / Webcon
American V8 Vehicles with 4 Barrel Carburettors
USA V8 4 BBL Small Block
USA V8 4 BBL Big Block
Holley, Edelbrock, Carter 4 Barrel Carburettor
Solex 4 Barrel Carburettor
Suitable for many of the popular small block and big block V8 engines fitted with the usual 4 BBL Carburettors from manufactures such as Chevrolet, Chrysler, GM, Ford, Mercedes and Rolls Royce.