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Heritage Throttle Bodies

Will it work on my....?

These units are designed to work on any car running DCOE carburetors, allowing for the system requirements detailed below.

What else is required to complete the conversion?

The main additional item required is an aftermarket ECU and wiring loom. The system has been developed to be used with any standalone ECU. A high pressure (3 bar / 42PSI) fuel feed will be required. See fuel system recommendations on www.Jenvey.co.uk FAQ section - with swirl pot, without swirl pot. Filtration and throttle cable installation will also be necessary.

Where is the fuel rail?

The fuel rail is contained within the lid, which also clamps the injectors in place.

What fuel injectors do I need?

The injectors are specific Bosch units selected to fit this application at 350 cc/min. Larger capacity injectors will be available from February 2017.

What throttle position sensor do I need?

The Throttle Position Sensor is built into the unit, so is supplied as part of the Throttle Body.

Is it sidedraft or downdraft?

It fits directly to the sidedraft DCOE flange - being fuel injected it can run at any angle including upside down. Please note, we have a variety of other DCOE Throttle Bodies to suit all applications.

Are any engine mods required?

No specific engine mods are required.

What sizes are available?

40, 45 and 48mm are available, All the bores are parallel without the requirement for venturis.

Will the throttle bodies work with forced induction?

Yes, please advise this when you purchase.

What improvement will I get over Carbs?

Development has shown massive torque gains at the bottom end with significant power gains at the top end. Fuel economy has been approximately 50% improved and emissions have been drastically improved. Alongside very good starting and rock solid idle. (Please note back to back testing was done with a very well setup carbureted car with a system developed over many years - TDS comparison testing was done with an early map, i.e. there is more to come!)

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