No. The flange is very different and at a different angle ....11 deg on a qv and 45 deg on a 2v if memory serves me.Hi all,
Was wondering if a carb intake manifold would physically fit on a QV motor?
I know the obvious difference at the head/manifold interface, i.e., round on carb motor, oval on QV.
But would a carb manifold physically bolt to a QV head?
Thanks very much for the input.
I contacted Formula GT, and will be ordering a set of their intake manifolds.
Will be going with Jenvey IDF throttle bodies, height should not be an issue.
I was really stuck on this project, without a manifold I was done.
Will also convert to carb cams while doing this project.
I promise to take pics as I am ordering parts, will be pulling the motor to start service, removing CIS stuff.
By the way this is the 3rd car I have converted from CIS to EFI. 1st was Lotus Turbo Esprit, 2nd Porsche 944S. Have always used MegaSquirt for ECU, never a problem.
Thanks again for the help
There are no OEM QV carb cams?Will also convert to carb cams while doing this project.
YUK!Have always used MegaSquirt for ECU, never a problem.
They were/are IDFs and he just joined f-lifeFor what it's worth, there was a gent running carbs on a silver QV years ago. I think they were DCNFs. It was a really pretty car - 360 wheels, euro bumpers, etc.
Wow, small world! I didn't want to say Paul's name as you never know who wants to stay anonymous on the sites. I still have pics of his car on my C: drive... must be ten years old.They were/are IDFs and he just joined f-life
The stock cams aren’t horrible in the the QV. It’s the same exactly gring they used in the 2V engines….and it’s horrible in a 2v, but for a 4v its ok.Ok, of course I ment aftermarket cams if available.
The CIS cams are really not suited for use with EFI.
Hopefully I will find something out there.
My concerns with MS3 are:I never engage in "discussions" regarding which hardware is better or worse, every one has particular needs, constraints, preferences.
I always build my own MS3 so quality is not an issue, and I find the performance fits my requirements to a T.