Fuelab has recently introduced a full line of in-tank pump kits in universal and direct fit form. Fuelab’s fuel pumps have the ability to run at variable speeds right out of the box to minimize vapor lock.
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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.
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.
With Corvette tuners building some of the fastest cars in the country utilizing blowers and turbos, it only makes sense that they’ll need to upgrade their fuel system. That’s why Lingenfelter Performance Engineering offers these high-flowing fuel pumps for the C5.
Last year they debuted their newest Infinity standalone, but believe it or not, there was a demand for a less frills unit. This new unit is cheaper while still controlling up to 8 cylinders. Also new is their 320 lph fuel pump.
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.
The carburetor is a way of life for some people. Could it be easier or cheaper? Maybe it’s all they know as far as getting fuel into their engine. Have they considered fuel injection and all the benefits that come from it? We decided to share with you the basics of fuel injection and just how easy it can be!
There’s an old adage that nothing new – pertaining to the internal combustion engine – has been invented since 1948.