Re: Holley Terminator EFI
The Holley system doesn't include the fuel system, that is separate and you have 3 different fuel system to choose from if you choose to use one. I've started by buying a new stock fuel tank, sending unit, and Bosch fuel pump for the 3rd gen Camaro. My 82 Z came with a carb so I bought those items from Rockauto. I will still have to get fuel pressure regulator and filters and fuel system will be taken care of, my car has the fuel return lines so that will be good. I see the Holley system for just under 1900.00 a lot money to be sure and like some have said, carb is cheaper and I run a Holley 770 avenger and it has done well, but I would like to step up EFI. I down loaded the instructions to the Holley system and have been reading it to get some ideas and have also been reading the forums on the Holley web site to see what issues people have been having and there's a guy from Holley that's a moderator who's been helping them out, seems to know his EFI. Depending on who you buy the system and fuel system from you can have more than 2500.00 for a whole Holley setup which is why I went the stock parts route. I prefer to go the in tank route since tends to better for the fuel pumps and electric pumps are whole lot better at pushing than pulling and they stay cool and besides, the OE's do it that way.
White and silver 82 Z-28 with a built 406 running a built 700R4 trans with 3000 stall convertor with 3.73 rear gears. Maroon interior with B+M mega shifter Autometer gauges. Custom 17" wheels and tires and C-5 Vette front brakes. Rear discs coming.