The Go EFI 2-Barrel system is designed for 4, 6 and most 8 cylinder vehicles. The classic gold engine-topper with transmission control is a complete throttle body kit, delivering an old-school carburetor look with EFI technology and reliability. This system will give you the EFI technology you need and will be perfect for your moderate horsepower car or truck. This ready-to-run system has all of the basic functions necessary to get the best performance and economy out of your street and mild performance engine. FiTech once again allows you to ditch that old carburetor and advance into the EFI world at the most affordable price on the planet.
- 2-Injector System Supports 400 HP Engines
- Classic Carburetor Gold Finish
- High-Flow Aluminum Throttle Body
- Annular Discharge
- Wideband O2 Sensor and TPS Sensor
- Voltage Control Fuel Pump Control
- Wet Flow Technology
- Optimize Air/Fuel Ratios On-the-Fly
- Hand-Held Controller with Windshield Mount
- Self Learning Technology for Wide Range Super-fast, Dial-in Correction
- Suitable for Crate Engines and Stock Rebuilds
- Pre-programmed with Bolt-N-Go Technology (Out-of-the-Box Performance with Minimal Input)
- Easy Tach Input (No Timing Control)
- Bolts onto 2-bbl Manifold Flange
- Single Fan Control
- Natural Aspirated Applications Only
Classic Appearance, Modern Performance
FiTech's ready-to-run Go EFI 400 HP 2-Barrel Throttle Body System is designed to upgrade 4, 6, and most 8-cylinder engines from using a carburetor and advance them into the modern world of EFI technology. This affordable 2-Barrel Throttle Body System supports up to 400 HP and is perfect for street and mild performance applications. No adapters necessary, just bolt onto a Holley-style 2-barrel manifold flange and you're good to go!
I have a 1961 Lincoln with the Carter 2barrel. Will this system work for my manifold?
I have a 454 SS with the stock 1990 throttle body what intake would work with this dystem
Yes I have 1989four Winn's 20' deck boat I use alot with the family.and I need it reliable. I would like to use this for my boat where does the O2 sensor going the exaust is in the water? Please help.
For my straight six with a 6 into 1 exhaust header where do you recommend adding the oxygen sensor. The collector or early in the exhaust pipe. (or does it really matter?)
I have an '83 Jeep with a stock 258ci engine, a Clifford 4bbl manifold and 6 into 1 exhaust headers. Your base 4bbl and 2bbl EFIs are the same cost. Do you recommend one over the other for this application.
Will this fit on a 86 dodge 318 with stock 2bbl carbaratour?
Hi, will it fit a 283 sbc with a 2 bbl intake? Does this system still require a fuel return line? Or only 1 line electric pump. Thanks
With my 322 buick would I need to change fuel delivery method.
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