We’ve reached the point in the evolution of aftermarket EFI systems that there’s not a whole lot of argument against their value. This is especially true if you are making larger amounts of horsepower and want to control it in the most accurate and efficient way possible. Stevie Fast Jackson works on a lot of race cars, including his own and he will not touch a car with EFI if it is not Holley. Why? He’ll tell you below.
The big takeaway here is the fact that this system is as effective on a 400hp engine as it is on a 4,000hp engine and the ways you can learn and develop yourself are endless. The weird thing to think about when making the swap to EFI is that you are not just giving yourself some sort of increased control of the engine but you are giving yourself a gateway into a world of mechanical fun that you have never had before. Being able to KNOW without a shadow of a doubt why or how something is happening, that’s the ticket.
We’re excited for this series. One because we like the host, and two because this dude is more than just someone who can wheel a pro mod. He’s a hot rodder and that’s pretty damned cool!