Re: Making the EFI Decision!
Iíve been running the FAST EZ-EFI with an in-tank pump for about 1 Ĺ years. It works pretty good most of the time, but Iíve had some reliability issues with it. Throttle response is really impressive and mileage is improved. A couple of things to keep in mind when going the EFI route include your charging and ignition system. FAST recommends using an ignition box to provide a timing signal to the computer, which I didnít know when I purchase my unit. Also, the system is fed through a 20 amp fuse, so youíll likely need to install a larger alternator in order to maintain the proper voltage at night. Iím still using my original 55 amp alternator, and itís barely adequate if Iím idling around town with the headlights on.
69 RS, Hugger orange/black, Deluxe interior, Sony AM/FM/XM/CD, PS & PB. 355, forged pistons, Eagle rods, balanced, Iron Eagles, 9.4:1 CR, .038 quench, XR270HR Cam, Z28 intake, FAST-EZ EFI 2.0, Thorley Tri-Ys, TCI 700R4, 2400 stall, 3.42 posi