He ended up using motronic injectors on L jet rail.
Had to make cups to interface the injector to the rail.
Do you have his email address?
The aol address he gave me wouldn't work.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> On Behalf Of John Connin
> Sent: Thursday, May 03, 2001 11:20 PM
> To: Peter Florance; Senor Six (E-mail)
> Subject: Re: So Cal Clean Car Contest and Motronic with Ljet intakes
> I had a brief email exchange with Paul wherein he suggested using
> the L-Jet
> injectors, L-Jet throttle, and L-Jet manifold with an otherwise Motronic
> On Wed, 02 May 2001, Peter Florance wrote:
> > After seeing very nice Paul Crane's 3.8CSi (sic) at the So Cal
> Clean Car
> > Contest this weekend, I know it's possible to fit motronic injectors on
> > Ljet manifolds. Two things required:
> > 1. Convert rail end of motronic injector to fit regular fuel rail -
> > involves custom machined cups that look like outlet of motronic square
> > rail. Injectors fit fine in L jet intakes without modification as I
> > understood. It's just the rail end that needs help.
> > 2. Machine new studs on throttle side of L jet plenum to accept the
> > motronic throttle. Paul had a custom bored throttle for the
> 3.8L engine,
> > but I think that is not desirable for stock size engines.
> > Then the vacuum booster fits wonderfully.
> > Paul's car was pretty neat, some interesting suspension mods as
> well. Nice
> > guy who would spend plenty of time answering questions but you
> had to stand
> > in line.
> > I drove Eric Quon's 733 w/ E28 M5 engine to the contest. Nice
> power. Very
> > smooth.
> > So Cal junkyards rule also. Have two large boxes of bits on
> their way back
> > to me.
> > Peter
> John Connin, Longwood, FL. aka <email@example.com>