WELCOME TO RIVER DAVES PLACE

Pete Jackson Mechanical Injection

JordanDangerfield

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 5, 2012
Messages
188
Reaction score
131
I'm hoping to get some info on this mechanical injection setup I recently picked up.

Based on some googling it looks like it's a Pete Jackson for a BBC. It seems like these are pretty rare, but also actually work well.

It's complete with nozzles, pills, the belt driven P-3 pump, and crank pulley.

Thanks!!
 

Attachments

JordanDangerfield

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 5, 2012
Messages
188
Reaction score
131
Sometimes a quick internet search may help you. There is more information, but linked this one since I know the writer. https://www.hotrod.com/articles/hrdp-1201-mechanical-fuel-injection-breakin-the-rules/
Oh, trust me, I did some googling and read a handful of articles. I was hoping for someone to chime in that had first hand experience using one of these setups in a boat.

I appreciate the link you posted! I hadn't come across that one yet. It answers some questions.
 

obnoxious001

Engine building character
Joined
Dec 28, 2007
Messages
5,498
Reaction score
2,037
Oh, trust me, I did some googling and read a handful of articles. I was hoping for someone to chime in that had first hand experience using one of these setups in a boat.

I appreciate the link you posted! I hadn't come across that one yet. It answers some questions.
It's going to work like any mechanical injection I think, check with some of the companies that still build and deal with them. I don't think a boat will be any different, but if Hillborn and Crower and Enderle don't want to help, there are other knowledgeable individuals. My friend Art Anderson has lots of experience running mechanical injection in both cars and boats.
 

motormonkey

Well-Known Member
Joined
Dec 20, 2007
Messages
338
Reaction score
177
The barrel valve and fuel shut off are one unit on these and the injectors are a unique Jackson design on how they spray. They work good as a setup.
 
Top