Howell EFI Has long established itself as a premier place to go when making the switch from a carb to EFI. The company has diversified itself so many times and over such a large swath of engines through the years they they offer what is basically universal coverage these days. From “off-brands” like AMC to basically any make or model V6 or V8 engine that uses an electronic ignition system can be upgraded. If you want the advantages of better cold starts, of better fuel economy, of better performance in rough environments like off-road or other challenging places, now is your chance and you have literally no excuse.
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Howell EFI Announces Expanded Throttle Body Injection (TBI) Kit Coverage
Company now provides almost universal TBI coverage for most all street or 4-wheel drive vehicles
Howell EFI entered the market developing high quality, emissions legal, Jeep® and AMC V8 Throttle Body Injection (TBI) kits for off-road including the 304, 360 and 401. Now, Howell, in response to customer demand, offers almost universal TBI kit coverage for any make or model V6 or V8 engine that uses ignition other than points. Howell’s Jeep, Toyota and GM TBI kits improve drivability, fuel mileage and cold starting.
The new TBI conversion kit, designed to provide almost universal coverage, features a remanufactured GM throttle body appropriate for the engine size and is designed to operate for engines with, or without, ECM controlled ignition. The kit includes the ECM, fuel pump and all sensors, components and wiring harnesses. Both the custom calibration PROM and the ECM installs under the dash. The fuel pump which installs in the main fuel line, allows the bypass fuel to return to the tank. Harnesses include a diagnostic connector and diagnostic similar to what is found in a 1986-92 GM pickup.
Howell EFI also offers custom kit conversions for vehicles where the universal kit is not designed to work. To understand the installation process, Howell recommends watching this video.