FiTech fuel injection

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Re: FiTech fuel injection

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Post by 69XR7RestoMod » 11 Oct 2017, 04:19

BTW - I have been considering selling the FiTech unit and switching to the Holley Sniper - not that I'm unhappy with the FiTech, but the 600 HP unit doesn't have the provision for bumping up the idle when the AC is on and in Florida we use a lot of AC.
1969 XR-7 Restomod 408ci 483HP/523TQ, FiTech, TKO-600

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Re: FiTech fuel injection

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Post by JETEXAS » 11 Oct 2017, 06:56

Same here in Houston. We've been carrying 90s into October. We finally had our first "cold front" move in last night. It will still be in the 80s today, but at least it's less humid.
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Re: FiTech fuel injection

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Post by 69XR7RestoMod » 11 Oct 2017, 07:10

Yep, the only thing different between Houston and Jacksonville weather is your three days ahead of us
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Re: FiTech fuel injection

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Post by Tubbster1966 » 11 Oct 2017, 09:06

69XR7RestoMod wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 20:08
Fitech works great on my 408. Starts great hot or cold, great throttle response, less gas smell in the garage.....Just be sure to use an in tank fuel pump and not their fuel control center
I am using the FCC and it works just fine.

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Re: FiTech fuel injection

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Post by leonbray » 11 Oct 2017, 18:12

Local guys are running Fitech with external Bosch fuel pump and they haven't reported any issues. Running on GM products and a 67 Ranchero. We are only coming onto hot and humid so haven't had any feedback on Houston type weather
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