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Jenvey injection kit

Discussion in 'Parts and Other Items for Sale' started by SeanDezart, Feb 14, 2017.

  1. SeanDezart

    SeanDezart
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    Did you see Car SOS with the doctor's green 240Z ?

    The kit comprises :

    6x Jenvey 45mm throttle bodies (118mm long)
    6x Bosch injectors (335cc)
    1x TPS - TP11 Jenvey (throttle position sensor)
    3x Jenvey fuel rails
    Air-box pre-cut
    6x Trumpets (Emerald)

    Overall it cost +£1860, consult jenvey.co.uk !

    Only running in and rolling-road hours - basically as new !

    Postage offered in the price of £1400

    Will fit 240Z 260Z 280Z 280ZX
     

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  2. jonbills

    jonbills
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    Another £1500 and you'd have a nice running system.
     
  3. Paul_S

    Paul_S
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    Didn't they use a crank sensor too?
     
  4. SeanDezart

    SeanDezart
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    No, why - it's an SOHC.
     
  5. Paul_S

    Paul_S
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    Fair point! What was the sensor they mounted on the crank then?

    I might be getting mixed up! :smash:
     
  6. status

    status Active Forum User

    Duno but I've got one on mine
     
  7. SeanDezart

    SeanDezart
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    Like this ?

    Just extra weight to hump around....!
     

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  8. Paul_S

    Paul_S
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    No, it was a toothed wheel with a sensor to count RPM or perhaps TDC, or something!

    Sorry for being vague!
     
  9. SeanDezart

    SeanDezart
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  10. Paul_S

    Paul_S
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  11. franky

    franky
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    it'll be a trigger wheel, so a sensor on that.
     
  12. ffastffreddie

    ffastffreddie New Forum User

    What's going on. Sean?
    Something I should know?
    Steve
     
  13. SeanDezart

    SeanDezart
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    Which Steve are you - the big chap with the roving camping car ?
     
  14. ffastffreddie

    ffastffreddie New Forum User

    No, I'm the chap with the big roving camping car.
    I had a fit when I thought you may have had a change of heart however I have been calmed down by an ex-pat near you.
    Steve
     
  15. SeanDezart

    SeanDezart
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    I wouldn't do that to your heart, or his.....or even mine !:thumbs:

    Replacement already ordered (for March) - whilst you're here - send to you or Mr (nearly ex) ex-pat ?
     
  16. ffastffreddie

    ffastffreddie New Forum User

    Replacements to your ex-pat friend, they will make there way here if required.
    I doubt I will actually need them unless he asks me to do the wiring loom. I have the manifold for matching to the head but that is about as far as I need to go.
    Good luck with your sale!
    Steve
     
  17. SeanDezart

    SeanDezart
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    Can you imagine the anticipation I have to turn the key....and then see the r-road print out ?:bow:
     
  18. johnymd

    johnymd
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    Yes - A crank sensor will be needed. How else is the ECU going to know where the pistons are? You will also need to know where the cam is, unless you run in 360 sync. I used a saxo map sensor to measure depression on cylinder 6 so I could run in 720 sync. Other sensor needed will be air temp, coolant temp, and lambda if you want any sort of AFR control. You could add various other sensors but they are not required just to get the engine to run.
     
  19. SeanDezart

    SeanDezart
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  20. johnymd

    johnymd
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    I notice you are advertising these as being for an l-series. They are universal so will fit pretty much any straight 6 engine. Why not try advertising as such as you will then dramatically increase the potential buyers.
     

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