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Old 03-25-2008, 04:58 AM   #1
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Hi everybody, New to the forum - from Japan. Planning to replace the oem Carburettor & Distributer with aftermarket units. Would appreciate any & all advise from members who has gone thru the drill & probably knows the most appropriate make/s, model/s for daily driving purpose with current gas prices. Has 70k miles on engine. VIN is 2BCCE8119HB******. Markings on Carb show 8383 s E68A. Has a 3spd AT. Plain stock right now. Any & all knowledgeble advise is much appreciated. Thanx in advance.

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Old 03-25-2008, 05:49 AM   #2
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Question Hi from Japan-Need experienced advise to replace oem CARB & Distributer

Hi everybody, New to the forum - from Japan. Planning to replace the oem Carburettor & Distributer with aftermarket units. Would appreciate any & all advise from members who has gone thru the drill & probably knows the most appropriate make/s, model/s for daily driving purpose with current gas prices. Has 70k miles on engine. VIN is 2BCCE8119HB******. Markings on Carb show 8383 s E68A. Has a 3spd AT. Plain stock right now. Any & all knowledgeble advise is much appreciated. Thanx in advance (Sorry abt the thumbs down in the original post, was a mistake & I am unable to alter it, no offense meant-I apologize)

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little more money, but look into fuel injection. way more reliable, you'd be happy, its worth the cost.
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little more money, but look into fuel injection. way more reliable, you'd be happy, its worth the cost.
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