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fitting fuel injection on older cars

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jaguar jimmy Jimmy Muffin
Galway, County Galway, Ireland   IRL
I have a mk2 and with all the clean city air legislation coming about in Europe. With goverments starting ban diesel vehicles, i thought i might clean up my act and future proof my emissions so to speak. i know this will upset the purest but i wish to to be able traverse Europe unhindered by emission exclusion zones.Plus the fact i believe Switzerland made some older cars retro fit a catalyser, it could be us soon. The thing i would like to know has anybody retro fitted injection and if so which ones ?factory, aftermarket or home made? With or without O2 in the loop ect. So can anyone enlighten me? Any input will be most gratefully received,

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2017-12-08 06:39 AM by jaguar jimmy.

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PeterT Peter T
Oxford, Oxford, UK   GBR
I've seen and article in Jaguar World about a conversion by Paul Roach. There are companies that 'convert' SU carbs. I'm sure that David Marks has put a Series 3 XJ cylinder head and modified Series 3 injection on a Mark VII. My guess is that the Series 3 XJ route would be the least expensive.

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