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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Jun 23rd, 17, 11:42 AM Thread Starter
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Was poking around today and found a few installation videos on various out of the box EFI solutions.
I guess the biggest question most first gen owners have is will it be easy to install and train, and will be add to the vehicles performance, pleasure, resale value?
Not having much installation experience with these systems I found the three videos I watched interesting as two were what I would call one wrench diffuclity and the other was maybe two and one half.

I'm posting these in the EFI section so folks can see a real world installation on something similar to what they have in the garage and decide if they should add this project to the project list.

Here is Holley's Sniper EFI system.

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Re: Holley Sniper installation video - 67 Camaro

The Sniper is a response to FiTech. Both are self-learned (but can be fine tuned). I looked into them extensively but never pulled the trigger before selling my 68.

FiTech does have something different, though, in their fuel sending unit. It's a small tank that your mechanical pump fills and has a high pressure pump inside to feed the EFI system. It still requires a return to the gas tank, however so it's probably easier and cheaper to just get a proper tank with submersible pump inside that is already set up for EFI.

All in you're around $1200 for the FiTech with the gas tank and pump for a 400 hp system. Add $200 or so for the 600 hp system.

The Sniper, I believe, is a couple dollars more but Holley isn't a new company and certainly isn't going anywhere any time soon.

both systems really made EFI affordable and both seem to work extremely well from the hype online.

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