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 Post subject: geo G10 carb setup
PostPosted: Sat Nov 26, 2005 7:53 pm 
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hello,

I plan to do a bike-carb steup un my geo metro 1993 1.0L G10 engine and I wonder if I would have to use a megasquirt or other ECU or if I just would have to throw it away :P :wink: and which bike carbs would be the best for my setup??and would I have to supersize the exaust line??

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 26, 2005 8:56 pm 
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Question for you - when using bike carbs, what do you plan to use the megasquirt for?


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Do you have a mechanical or electronic advance distributor? I think the 1989-91 G10 had the mechanical distributor with vacuum and centrifugal advance. Get one of those and you have no need for an ECU. :D

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my engine is like this:

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can I go up with a carb setup without ECU??

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protuner wrote:
can I go up with a carb setup without ECU??

I think so, but you'll need the older distributor since your timing is currently controlled by the ECU. I think the 1989-1991 distributor will work.

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