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Stuart Hilborn passed away at 96 years young. He left a lasting impression on the automotive community with his mechanical fuel injection.
There’s no denying the benefits of self-tuning EFI on a street car, but what about a drag racer? Follow this installation of a FAST EZ-EFI 2.0 system on a hot little Nova and check out the dyno numbers.
Edelbrock’s new E-Street EFI is a self-learning fuel injection system that can take away all of your carburetor woes and replace them with reliability, drivability, and better fuel economy – even on this ’67 ‘Vette.
Most fuel injectors can be serviced and brought back to health relatively inexpensively when they decide to misbehave – Injector Experts can clean most of the common types for just $20 a pop, check it out here.
Located in Springfield, Illinois and tipped off to us by reader Nikolai Crumbaugh, this 1965 Chevy Corvette on Craigslist is supposedly a former fuel-injected model, one of just 771 produced that year. But is this the real deal, or a red herring?
An inline electric fuel pump was needed for our FAST EZ-EFI system, but FAST went one better with their Universal In-Tank Electric Fuel Pump kit, and we installed it in about a day. It’s now quieter, more efficient, and will last a little longer than the pump it replaced.
Imagine finding a ‘63 Corvette roadster with fuel injection in an abandoned garage in east St. Louis, with just over 30,000 miles on the odometer. This is a true story, and thankfully this rare ‘Vette has been saved from certain doom…
Finding exactly what you need for your custom build can be a daunting experience. In an effort to keep our bowtie enthusiasts up to date with the latest news and parts, we found Chevrolet Performance’s LS9 controller kit; readily available and ready to ship on the TheBLOCK.com through ChevroletPerformance.com.
Factory distributors leave little room for improvement. So when it comes to getting the most from your ignition system, Mallory Ignition has put together an information page describing their various distributors in order to help you choose which one better fits your needs.
The fifth generation small block reintroduces the LT1 moniker – last used on the 1996 Corvette and ’97 Camaro Z28 – with a host of advanced technologies that Chevrolet says will make it the most fuel-efficient Corvette ever. Preliminary estimates tag the new LT1 with 450 horsepower and 450 lb.-ft. of torque.
Harrop Engineering brought a Hurricane to the PRI tradeshow by creating a crowd around their display. For more information on the ITB Manifold for C6 Vettes, and Harrop Engineering, check out our review here.
BORLA set out do what you wouldn’t expect most exhaust companies to do; complete inductions systems. BORLA’s all-new induction systems feature polished finishes and powder-coating to ECU kits, fuel injectors, high-pressure fuel pumps and more. Find out more, right here.
Edelbrock’s E-Street EFI offers all the benefits of fuel injection without the complications of installing numerous wiring harness or knowing how to set complicated fuel mapping in a computer. With three different fuel system choices, installing an EFI is even more simplified than before.
Unless you have been living under a cold, dark rock somewhere, you surely know how popular late-model engine swaps have become in early-model musclecars. Understanding this need to fuel these engines is Aeromotive Inc and their latest Phantom musclecar fuel system. Also new is Aeromotive’s 2011+ Mustang kit.
It’s only appropriate that the biggest Corvette gathering in the world gets our biggest-ever event coverage – check out the hundreds of photos in our in-depth look at this year’s Carlisle meet!