Fuel injecting the 750 - help needed
So I recently picked up an 85 VN750 that's been sitting since Jesus was a carpenter, and I'm in the process of getting it back up and running. So after spending way too long removing the carbs, breaking a couple of screws, and cleaning all the crap out of them, I think I've decided to fuel inject this pig.
The major reason (besides not wanting to have to clean these things again) is that I have a megasquirt ecu from a blown Audi project that is no more.
At this point I think I'll use the injectors from a Mustang fitted into adapters which will replace the carb slides. If I spin them on a lathe I'll need to fill the groves for the slide plates making this a one way mod. I'd prefer to be able to reverse this if everything goes terribly wrong. So if anyone has some no good carbs going cheap let me know.
My other concern is the alternator. I need to know how much current I can allow for the fuel pump and ecu without taxing the system. Unfortunately my bike isn't running so I'm not sure of how much headroom I've got here. If it's anything like my KLR, I'm guessing not much.
Finally, I'm hoping someone on here has been tuning with a data logger so I can use their data as a basis for fuel mapping. If you've got such a thing please let me know.
"To argue with a person who has renounced reason is like administering medicine to the dead" Thomas Paine
1985 Kawasaki Vulcan 750
2009 Kawasaki KLR650
2005 Audi allroad
1989 Jeep YJ