C-3 350 CrossFire

Hey group:
Hope everyone is enjoying a great Memorial Day weekend.
I am interested in an '82 Collectors Edition that has the 350 Crossfire Injection. Any pros or cons to this year? Any comments about the
350 crossfire injection?
Thanks in advance!!! gjt
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Crossfire is not nicknamed the Ceasefire for nothing,,,it is really an OK set up but not half as good as the later TPI set up.I converted my 1984 to a 1990 TPI and the difference in performance was awesome..better idle..better acceleration ..and better start up.No more stalls ..or engine cut outs.
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No problems here. '82 standard edition w/crossfire injection. They don't seem to valuable cars, but I enjoy mine. You can beef up the engine or replace the crossfire if you want more power. I fell in love with mine while looking for something special from the C3 era. Cars are too boxy today for me. Vintage was the way to go. It has been a reliable daily driver for me and gets more respect than the newer sports cars in the lot at work.
Enjoy whatever you are driving,
David
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wrote:

the best of the 82's...
As for the Crossfire...nothing really bad about it... just that it was not in production long enough for the aftermarlet boys to do a lot of experimenting with...thus there is a lack of bolt on speed parts...
Who Cares...!
Cross fire, ceasefire, misfire, whatever you hear it refered to really is not a problem...
Bob G. 64 72 76 79 & 98 Corvettes
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Couldn't agree more!! Love ours. 85K and never been touched.
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