Howell Introduces TBI Conversion Kit For Mopar I6/V6/V8 Engines

New from Howell – the TBI conversion kits for Mopar vehicles with an I6, V6, or V8 engines. These kits GM proven electronic components and Howell’s custom wiring harness for trouble-free installation. See more details below.

Official Release:

Howell EFI, an industry leader in electronic fuel injection since 1988, now offers a full selection of TBI conversion kits for Mopar vehicles with an I6, V6 or V8 engine.

Developed specifically for Chrysler 273, 318, 340, 360, 383 and 440 CID throttle body injection, the kits include GM proven electronic components and Howell’s custom wiring harness with connectors that are the same as the original equipment – each labeled for trouble-free installation.

All kits may be ordered with special options based on your classic’s specific performance modifications – for example, the use of a 670 CFM 2BBL throttle body for modified engines or a heated oxygen sensor for use with headers, or various intake and ignition system changes.

The Howell Mopar TBI conversion kit contains all sensors, components, complete wiring harnesses, ECM and fuel pump to install fuel injection on your engine. The Howell ECM installs under the dash and the fuel pump installs in the main fuel line. Bypass fuel is returned to the tank.

Howell wiring harnesses are constructed using high temperature (TXL insulation) automotive wire, genuine Packard connectors and terminals, and Packard crimping tools. Howell show quality TPI harnesses are covered with an attractive black nylon hose braid for protection from abrasion or chemicals. The throttle body and any reworked harnesses are covered with production style slit-nylon corrugated tubing.

These kits are NOT CARB-approved (California Air Resource Board), and can only be used on vehicles built prior to 1975.

Features:

  • GM proven electronic components
  • Custom wiring harness with connectors
  • Can be ordered with special options based on your classic’s specific performance modifications

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Chris McWilliams grew up watching his dad race go-karts around his Southern Indiana home and started racing junior dragsters when he was 10 years old. Chris drove a UMP Mini Stock for two seasons until he totaled his racecar in an accident at Western Kentucky Speedway. He is currently a college student at Oakland City University working on a degree to pay the bills for his dirt racing addiction.
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