- Aug 13, 2011
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Haltec, link ect don't currently support DI engines.Are guys seriously spending 20+ and not going standalone wired in? I thought you'd go straight for a haltech or link on a conversion like this either way.
I thought with e-2x systems and other well set up catch cans the valve coking was practically over?
Understand what you're saying with it. I just see all the improvements made for gen 3's in the last 25 years. If I was going to b spending that bigger money I'd be fitting new technology that the issues will be ironed out over time vs spending the same on 25 year old technology.
In saying that some people do spend 40k on cars they won't keep a lifetime. I don't see myself selling anything but my vs ute I own in the next twenty years. So I outlay a fair bit to save myself from doing it in five-ten years.
And no it's impossible to keep the back of the valve clean with a DI engine unless you inject fuel in the port too. But LT heads are dry port designs so that would be a bad idea.
Lexus uses DI with port injection.