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Old May 15th, 2011, 15:40
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Re: recommendations for plugging MPFI injector holes

If you don't want permanent then good luck. Any type of glue or sealant is going to be a royal pain to remove. Your best luck might be to use tape on the inside and puddle "The Right Stuff" in the hole and let it cure for a couple of days. You stand a fair chance of getting it out later with the least likelyhood of it leaking.
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Old May 15th, 2011, 15:43
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Re: recommendations for plugging MPFI injector holes

That was the conclusion we reached as well
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Re: recommendations for plugging MPFI injector holes

could just leave the injectors in but not hook them up
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Re: recommendations for plugging MPFI injector holes

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could just leave the injectors in but not hook them up
I agree, but did you read the part where he said he didn't want to do that?
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Re: recommendations for plugging MPFI injector holes

If anyone is interested I manufactured a custom adapter plate to put a 4.6 stroker into a 4.2 intake system with tbi conversion. There is other work as well but the plate has been xad designed minus port matching. I do all of my porting by hand so did not have the machine shop do that part.Rickjames8869@gmail.com
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