to Efi or not to Efi?
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    Default to Efi or not to Efi?

    Ok i'll admit it i'm a DS virgin. I would welcome some feedback on whether an Efi is the way to go or stick to a carbi for reliability?

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    Definatly I'd go for the injected car every time without fail. Last year I drove a tired old DS23 ie 5spd up the Pentlands from Melbourne. I was very surprised how well the old car ran... Very, very different from the DSpecials and ID19's I've driven.

    DJet isn't unreliable, it's just 'old'. Any problems will no doubt come down to brittle wiring and aging fuel lines, neither of which is an issue as you really should replace them on any injected car of it's age.

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