If you’re upgrading a classic truck or muscle car to electronic fuel injection or just need to replace a rusty old original tank, Holley (as usual) has you covered.
Getting fuel to your engine is key to performance, whether through a carburetor or an EFI. Find tips and tricks to maximizing performance, completing installs, and deciding what kind of systems, upgrades and enhancements are right for your situation.
Air Density Online gives racers a very important tool when it comes to fuel system tuning.
We got the opportunity to talk to Spud Miller from Fuel Injection Enterprises and got to chat about their Old School Super Charged EFI Plate System.
Check out Project Chevelle as they throw out the old tank, lines, and pump in favor of a new tank and pump from Tanks Inc.
You probably thought that in order to get the benefits of electronic fuel injection, you’d have to pull the intake and spend big bucks. Not true.
Are you converting an older car into a super strip burner and like the old school look of a big four barrel carb sitting under the hood, but want the performance benefits of fuel injection?
Until fairly recently, finding a competition-qualified fuel cell with a fuel pump in it, let alone one that would supply high horsepower requirements, took some doing.
In this video, HolleyPerformance brings us a How To Install a Sniper EFI Fabricated Intake.
While GM has stuck with the OHV engine in their High-Performance V8s, Ford has continued to push multiple valves in their latest and greatest Coyotes. So, why does GM go with only two valves while Ford goes with four?