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Old 03-06-2017, 12:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Xkuzme1 View Post
So I have read many people saying that their airbox that was purpose built for their carburator had worked just fine for the TBI. Is it foolish to install it and try install it without altering my airbox and hoping for the best?

Where is the best place to buy a different throttle cable that is slightly longer to allow me the e tea to mount it for the 90 degree different from where it sits now?

Seems that this install is possibly a bit more work than I initially thought.

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Todd,
Acft Spruce sells cables to order in any length, search aircraft engine controls.

I had an ETBI on both my RVX and my Sonerai (2180VW) Both worked very well and the Sonerai used a home-made airbox. The X used the Van's box with excellent results.It does however require a bit of mixture screw tweaking between seasons, otherwise a great TBI.
Be advised, yours having sat for 8 years may have dried the seals a bit, be wary of mixture issues when you get it going initially. If it persists, Ellison is very good about inspections and rebuild.

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