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I am about to drop my 22R in my truck. It was a 22RE before and I need to know if I need to change any other parts out. I have been told I need to change the computer and fuel pump. If it turns out to be a hassle I will just pull the intake of the 22RE. Thanks for any help
 

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This site shows the opposite how to convert from carb to EFI:

http://www.yankeetoys.org/black900rr/EFI.html


but may help,I would suggest that you keep it EFI as they are more fuel efficient,reliable and easier to troubleshoot. Also they won't stall when climbing a steep hill like in off-roading.
It is alot of work to convert it so I would leave it 22R-E.

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