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Discussion in 'High Tech Retrofits' started by 408maro, Mar 6, 2016.
I got a response from FiTech. Yes, it displays manifold vacuum.
Cool, thanks man.
Anyone that likes the idea of using of using a surge tank, which is what the fuel command center is should take a look at the Radium Engineering tanks. http://www.radiumauto.com/Universal-Fuel-Surge-Tanks-C54.aspx
Finally got my FITech 600HP on my 383 and running with the FCC (Fuel Command Center). Everything starts nice and drives a lot better than the Holley 770 carb that was on it. There are a couple of issues I need to address is my drop down 14 air cleaner won't fit with a 90 degree fitting in rear of EFI. Any ideas ? The other issue is that I have a slight stumble off idle. Upon researching I found that I may need to adjust my IAC to 6 to 10 counts. Car seems to have more power than the Holley did--seat of the pants feel. Car will be put on dyno to see what difference I have before and after. I will later run steel braided lines for all the fuel hoses.
Use a carb to air cleaner spacer.. any parts place has em for a few bucks.. I used a 1 inch one..
There's an insane amount of info on chevelles.com. Prob better support than calling Fitech themselves. Apparently there's a lot of changes that can be made to these to fine tune.
I have been reading thru all the postings. Some very good info indeed.
I will try the carb spacer first then I may try one of these.
I got this one.
Still working on the install
Thanks for the link. Much cheaper than the one I posted.
Where are you guys mounting the Handheld Display unit for monitoring?
Right now for the moment,mine is laying in the console opening.
Was thinking about some sort of cell phone holder. Any Ideas? Or post what you did.