It’s been a while since we’ve seen a new aftermarket part capture the attention and interest of so many performance enthusiasts.
But that’s been the story of FiTech Fuel Injection since bursting on the scene with high performance throttle body EFI systems priced similarly to carburetors and setting new standards for ease of installation.
First, you may want to check out this overview of FiTech EFI systems to see which system is best suited for your specific application, and then watch the video below to see FiTech’s MeanStreet series throttle body system (built for up to 800-horsepower ) being installed on a killer 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle.
The MeanStreet EFI system is well suited for vehicles with performance ignition systems, as it does not provide timing control. But don’t suggest it’s lacking. This unit features annular discharge, a built-in ECU, self-learning capabilities, fan control, barometric correction, and more.
Low costs and ease of installation are the hallmarks of FiTech EFI systems.
Learn more by watching our video here:
Do they make a version for marine applications?
As of right now, they do not.
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i’m have EFI 3004 FItech I have the fan on a switch now. The instructions say hook the fan to the ground side of the fan. Can I gook thus wire to the out side of the switch once it’s removed?
Thanks. I think this is the first intelligible and understandable article on this topic on the Internet!