Nothing says muscle like showing off a trio of two-barrels. Keep the muscle car look while upgrading to modern-day EFI technology. The Go EFI Tri-Power 600 HP system will bolt onto most 6-pack manifolds and are compatible with factory air intake systems. Powered by the well-known self-learning technology from FiTech using three relatively simple two-barrel throttle bodies that actually perform while getting drivability and reliability. This is a ready-to-run system that strays away from the programmable features and sticks to the basic functions necessary for your street or mild performance engine needs. Each kit comes with three high-flow aluminum throttle bodies in a classic carburetor gold finish, external ECU (computer), Bosch wideband O2 sensor while all other sensors are easily replacement GM style parts. Adding EFI is a great way to boost economy, while not sacrificing performance.
- Annular Discharge
- Supports up to 600 HP Engines
- Three High-Flow Throttle Bodies, Each with (2) 45mm Throttle Bores
- Wideband O2 & TPS Sensors
- Compact External ECU
- OE-style Harness
- All Sensors are Integrated on the Unit (Except the Wideband O2 & Coolant Temp Sensors)
- Fits Intake Manifolds with Square or Spread Bore
- Works with OE Carb-type Distributor, Throttle Linkage, & Most 4-bbl Intake Manifolds
- Compatible with E-85 gasoline
- Fuel Pump Voltage Control
- Wet Flow Technology with Swirl Spray Annular Discharge Design
- Optimize Air/Fuel Ratios while Driving
Will it work on this intake manifold? Do I need anything else, like a linkage kit? RestoParts Intake Manifold 1966 Pontiac Tri-Power Part Number: 759-G240472
will it work with my mopar 440 rb engine ? Can I use my factory oem 1971 dodge charger factory air cleaner ?
Which other Fitech acessories I will need to have a complete set (hoses, pump, regulator etc)? tnks
How much adapting to work these onto a '58 Cadillac 365 or '59 390?
Will it work on a 1966 Pontiac 3 x 2 manifold?
Is this system compatible with a nitrous system?
will those fit a 1967 bbc intake (corvette)
How much CFM do these flow?
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