That is a homemade provision for an extra injector. Controlled originally by a Callaway Microfueler. A cold start injector is not appropriate for the job.
This does not match the installation manual. So can anybody tell me whats going on here?
All I can guess is that from the shape of the blue sealant somebody used the cold start injector assembley. Should I do the same (keeping, of course, my cold start and using one of my spares for the elbow)?
At this point, since the elbow has been boogered up and finding another elbow will be slim. Making a bracket to hold the injector using the tapped holes on each side of the injector hole. I don't think the injector hole is big enough. You'll need to bore it to fit the injector. Oh, and if I remember correct, there is an o-ring seal at the injector.
If that isnt enough, finding a controller for the injector. I dont know what size the injector is and don't trust the old Callaway Mircofuelers. The tracers on the circuit board were never coated. So they have all rotted away, making them non-functioning or unreliable. I'm using a HKS AIC($$$)
Last edited by CALAWAYMK2; 08-06-2012 at 04:42 PM.
Is it true that if I run the volvo turbo distributor I dont have to run a controller? If so is any one familiar with the hook up? do i block off the elbow and allow the distributor to move more fuel or do i run a 5th injector from the volvo distributor to the elbow?
You need the Volvo 240T fuel distributor, the matching boost referenced WUR, and Lambda controller but it will work great with that setup. Because it it kinda rare, I would take that elbow to a machine shop and get it tig welded and cleaned up on a mill or something. It might cost a few bucks but if you are gonna close the holes (and you should cause they suck) I would ask someone to get it back to they way it used to look even if it cost a couple hundred.