With the ease new EFI systems are providing, the days of constant carb adjustments are getting pushed farther and farther behind us. As if the little bit of extra horsepower and the extreme convenience weren’t enough, the advent of EFI technology has made it available for almost every classic. And, like everything else in the automotive world, if there’s constant improvement to Electronic Fuel Injection systems – it can spur even the most pure carbureted engine owners make the switch.
Long-standing automotive aftermarket manufacturer, Holley, has just recently announced brand new OE-style EFI fuel tank modules. They’re available for the following vehicles:
- 1964-1967 GM A-Body
- 1964-1970 Ford Mustang
- 1967-1969 Chevrolet Camaro & Pontiac Firebird
- 1968-1972 GM A-Body
- 1970-1973 Chevrolet Camaro & Pontiac Firebird
- 1974-1981 Chevrolet Camaro & Pontiac Firebird
Per the press release, the in-tank fuel pump is a high-pressure 255 pound-per-hour unit, capable of supporting EFI engines that are pushing up to 550 horsepower. Whether you’re taking a corner, launching, braking hard, or your tank is low, the included HydraMat’s internal reservoir keeps fuel available at the pickup at all times, all while protecting from contaminates.
The module’s pre-calibrated fuel-level sending unit, preset at 58 PSI, is regulated internally, eliminating the added expense of purchasing an external pressure regulator. It’s made to work with the vehicle’s existing fuel gauge.
They’re designed to directly replace the factory pick-up and sending unit. No need for a new fuel tank. No need for any fabrication work. No need for any modifications. You can even keep your stock fuel hardline. Need we say more?
Learn more HERE.