Terminator EFI Fuel System Kits
There's a new self-tuning EFI on the streets and IT'S IN CONTROL!
The Holley Terminator EFI Systems have features not found in any other street EFI system including throttle body technology that is currently used in every Nascar Sprint Cup Serie car. Installation is easy with no computer experience necessary, simply bolt it on, use the included handheld tuner to answer a few multiple choice questions and let the Terminator EFI take control, the system self-tunes as you drive.
If you embrace modern technology and want to take control, the system is upgradable to complete laptop
control without the need to purchase another electronic control unit. This carburetor replacement EFI system
from the fuel system experts is perfect for street machines, off-road vehicles, trucks, RVs and weekend racers!
|Throttle Body fits any square bore 4150-style intake manifold. Click on images to enlarge.|
Which Holley Terminator EFI Throttle Body Fuel Injection Systems Are Best?
One of the popular kits is the Holley Terminator EFI 4bbl Throttle Body Fuel Injection System. With a great starting price and all the features you need, it is an excellent choice for anyone looking to convert their carbureted vehicle to EFI.
How Much Do Holley Terminator EFI Throttle Body Fuel Injection Systems Cost?
Prices vary according to which model and features you choose. But in general, the cost of a Holley Terminator EFI Throttle Body Fuel Injection System ranges from around $2,750 to $3,600 for a Holley Terminator EFI 4bbl Throttle Body Fuel Injection System With Transmission Control.
Regardless which Holley EFI system you choose, JEGS is proud to offer it at a competitive price. Find the right parts for your build from people who know classic and performance cars like no one else.
Out with the old and in with the new. The Holley Terminator EFI Throttle Body Fuel Injection System is state of the art. It's the next step in fuel injection and has taken the automotive industry by storm. This system is designed to be a stand-alone fuel injection system that does not require any additional components. It is a complete bolt-on solution that can be installed on any car or truck. The Holly Terminator EFI Throttle Body Fuel Injection System is the most advanced and most affordable system on the market today.
JEGS offers a huge selection of several finishes to fit your application including cast, polished aluminum, and cool grey. No matter what you're driving, there's a Holley throttle body fuel injection kit is right for you.
What Are Holley Terminator EFI Throttle Body Fuel Injection Systems Common Pros and Cons?
Being a complete plug-and-play system, the Holly Terminator EFI Throttle Body Fuel Injection System offers many benefits over a carbureted setup. The biggest advantage to using the Holley Terminator EFI Throttle Body Fuel Injection System is that it is much more efficient than a carburetor. It also provides better throttle response and delivers more power. Another big plus is that the Holley setup is that it requires no additional tuning. Its self-learning feature makes installation and tuning a breeze.
Holley Terminator EFI Throttle Body Fuel Injection System have a premium price attached to it, but for the simplicity and broad application spectrum it offers, the price is well worth it.
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