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PF60 engine: Carbed or EFI? 
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Would a G200W out of a Gemini PF60 be carbed or EFI?

Someone took the intake manifold, so the obvious clue is gone. The visible O2 sensor is plugged. The distributor has a vacuum pot on the side of it.

It's doing a good carbed impersonation if it isn't.


Mon Jun 28, 2010 2:36 pm
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PF60's didn't come out with G200W's, only G180W. I think earlier G180W's may have come out with twin carbs, although I suspect all PF60 fitted G180W's were EFI. G200W's were all EFI too AFAIK, but early G180W's on some of the other Isuzu's (perhaps 117?) may have had carbs. Of course G161W were carby.

Well, that's my vague understanding anyway! Hope it helps.

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Fri Sep 03, 2010 11:55 am
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The auction ended in July anyway.
It was listed as a Gemini ZZ engine. Guess it had been transplanted.


Fri Sep 03, 2010 12:44 pm
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