The Great EFI Debate
As I'm busy ordering replacement parts online for my classic, i constantly find my finger hovering over the Holley EFI kit... don't know why I'm itching.
I love the idea of an easy reliable turnkey system, but I'm new to this carb game and have yet to really experience it.
Am i missing out? If i board the EFI train will this kill the classic car experience?
What are the experiences of members who have done this and for those who have not, why haven't you?
Im in no rush, so far the car has not given me any issues and she's a once or twice a week kinda gal (not a DD). So rather than adding the kit to my shopping cart, it's been added to the wish list.
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