Old Man with a Hat
FCBO Gold Member
- Mar 10, 2011
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- Sebring, Florida
And I can't count the ones I threw away. Including a NOS one in the factory packaging...
Lean Burn day today.
Don’t get me wrong.... it running fine these days. It was just that I’ve built a collection of computers beyond the ones I found in the trunk and needed to sort them.
I’m pretty good at internet research but haven’t been able to find a complete list of the compatible computers and original part numbers for my 78. I was able to make one by looking at the aftermarket ones that are still available. Therefore, for posterity, here it is.
original part numbers I’ve been able to find for a 78 440 four BBL Chrysler are:
4091791, 4091923, 4106073
I got the above from the compatibility description for the Blue Streak Manufacturing (which also goes by the name of Electromotive)
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www.arizonaparts.com/MoparParts.aspx shows a few more compatible numbers. 4094022,4091072, 4106079. There were a bunch of revisions to the original part numbers.
Thanks Dave....I knew you’d come through!
That’s the plan. The museum will want all working examples when the time goes.Probably want to keep what you have as these things are starting to get scarce, most have been tossed at this late date because most of the folks familiar with these systems have retired and the test equipment is long gone.
Yes! You can get them to run as smoothly as a Lexus.Question guys.Should an owner just ditch the lean burn or get a rebuilt computer.I may buy a car where the carb was changed and the lean burn deleted.Should i be worried about that?It,s a 78 New Yorker and can you get them to run correctly?thanks.B.B
Thanks, buddy....Even... commando 1 can easily dial it in for you in about 10 min.