I have been researching the Holley Sniper setup and the Fitech setup. I expect this idea will apply to either system. Fuel Injection has dramatically improved allowing just about any engine to have a high-tech and efficient fuel delivery system. The unit, the wiring, pump etc... comes beautifully packaged/protected in foam, labelled and well documented. Obviously with in tank pumps you need to check for compatibility with your sending unit. I knew I'd be on my own as nobody I know run these over here and Holley's forum was at the time a very active place with tons of usable tips/help. As a result, the car did start right away but ran very poorly to end up with a flooding condition. If your spinning now, its only going to get worse with a looser converter, but you already know that. Not sure yet. If you really want that simple look, FAST does make a unit that looks like a carburetor but it’s over $1,000 for that unit, so we didn’t test it. The unit has an ECU and sensors built into the throttle body with few wiring connections for a neat system. Schwartz Performance June 2020 Shop Updates! Since they are installed so close to the cylinders, they are exposed to more heat and require higher-grade material that can withstand the high temperatures. Prestige Motorsports recently spent some time on their in-house engine dyno to find out how well two fuel injection systems supported an 800-plus horsepower neck-jerker. Once set up was finally as expected, its simply amazing. Compared to carbureted motors, they are great because they deliver better fuel economy. I must say the external pump from the kit is very quiet. I started leaning towards Fitech on price, but more and more research lead me towards the Holley for system flexibility and customer support. If primed, car starts so fast, I'm not sure if the starter even turns :). My unit came with the butterflies bit too tight and the very important one liner on how to setup the IAC wasn't printed in red bold letters to tell me how important it was and how it needs to be set before start. If you would like to try out one of its products, check out the New Holley Sniper EFI Kit. With FiTech and Holley you’re able to order the units in a few different finishes. By far, I don't think any of the systems would work perfect out of the box as advertised. EFI (electronic fuel injection) systems are becoming more and more popular because of their efficiency and optimum power.
Check out our AN PTFE hose end fittings HERE. By Fuel Injection Made Easy With FiTech EFI! The reason for the difference is how they are built. All three units utilize a look similar to a carburetor with four-barrels and four injectors. This EFI system features advanced self-learning technology, which involves the constant analysis of the engine’s operating conditions to ensure that your vehicle rides smoothly and with minimal issues. Something that Fitech could not do. All fine. FiTech and Holley both offer a small tank with a pump to be mounted near the engine that can be kept filled from a stock engine mounted low pressure carb fuel pump eliminating the need for a sumped fuel tank and running high pressure fuel lines. I've received a replacement from Holley, no question asked. We are not affiliated with Ford Motor Company in any way. In comparison to a carburetor, this system has better cold start characteristics and is better at regulating the air to fuel mixture. Ok, contemplating the efi conversion for my 67 390. We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. The FAST unit is cast aluminum like the others with machined surfaces and has a very tough look to it as well.
Hey Rob, on first gen (late 2017/early 18) there were some software ECU bugs. The unit is made from cast aluminum with a black finish, and the injectors are enclosed in the unit while the ECU is mounted externally.