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FAST's new EZ-EFI 2.0

It looks like there are a lot of cool new features for the new 2.0 version. I've been thinking of adding a new throttle body system to my car in the near future. I've used Holley's Digital ProJection that they released over ten years ago. It ran strong but wasn't without its issues. I think they newest systems are pretty refined even compared to the D ProJection which was a closed loop design.

I was looking at Holley's Terminator EFI but it looks like the new fast will allow the use of ethanol blends. It also has an lcd screen and doesn't need a laptop for programming and uses the same mount as a Garmin Nuvi GPS. It supports up to 1200 hp with it's 8 injectors compared to the old system which used 4. Plus it looks pretty bad *** to me!


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Alot of money for a TBI. For that money I'd be looking at a multiport setup. If you have the money to burn, though, it looks like a pretty easy to install and use system
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Alot of money for a TBI. For that money I'd be looking at a multiport setup. If you have the money to burn, though, it looks like a pretty easy to install and use system
There is nothing inherently wrong with TBI fuel injection. Multi ports main benefit is even fueling distribution under boost which even then isn't that crucial unless you are going for max effort ring out every last bit of horsepower ragged edge type tuning.

These ez efi systems are crazy expensive for what your getting when in reality you could build a multi port fi system out of a carb manifold and power it with your favorite version of megasquirt for less than 1/3 the price, that does however assume you have a bit of fab skills and a modest amount of computer savvy. Not exactly a bolt on and go drive type setup.
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There is nothing inherently wrong with TBI fuel injection. Multi ports main benefit is even fueling distribution under boost which even then isn't that crucial unless you are going for max effort ring out every last bit of horsepower ragged edge type tuning.

These ez efi systems are crazy expensive for what your getting when in reality you could build a multi port fi system out of a carb manifold and power it with your favorite version of megasquirt for less than 1/3 the price, that does however assume you have a bit of fab skills and a modest amount of computer savvy. Not exactly a bolt on and go drive type setup.
I had my mind made up that I was going to install one, probably the MSD. I went to the NSRA York show and actually was able to get my hands on both the MSD Atomic and the new F.A.S.T. systems and see what they really are - gonna keep the carb for a while and think more seriously about the Megasquirt. These new systems are nice, but by the time you get done - a fair number of bucks beyond the purchase price In my case, it would be a new gas tank, a $3000 or so project. I spent quite a bit of time with the vendor selling them. While he stated that he would like my money, really said that what I had would run as well for my needs and that all I would be gaining was a small amount of gas mpg. I just wish Megasquirt had a more comprehensive write up rather then a mish-mash (though I understand the developers have a book out now)
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