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Can a conversion be possible from fuel injector to a carburetor on a polo 1.6i

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 10-12-2018

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If it is throttle body fuel injection, it may be possible to use a carb...but, why would anyone want to? While economy (miles per gallon) might be similar, fuel injection is superior in all respects. A carb has a gazillion moving mechanical parts that eventually wear out, get out of adjustment, or need replaced. Throttle body injection has a lot fewer parts, will be more stable and reliable over the long term.
That's my opinion. I don't know how much problems you might encounter with fixing the wiring, but if you have an engine computer, it will be all the more difficult, if not near impossible. Another consideration is that you would need a lower volume fuel pump for a carburetor.
My advice would be to forget it and fix the fuel injection system.
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