Those who went EFI, did you keep the touch screen plugged in or once that was up and running, you just unplugged it and stored it?
Those who kept it, where did you place it?
Also do you need to drive with the touch screen plugged in for the system to learn? Or will it learn without?
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I've got a Holley Dominator setup. You can get a touch screen for it, but I just use a Microsoft Surface as an interface. I only hook it up when I need to check something or do some logging, which is rare.
I think for a permanent setup an LED screen looks a bit out of place in a vintage Mustang. For all the crazy things I've done to mine, to the untrained eye, it all looks mostly period. It isn't until you lift the hood, open the glove compartment or the trunk that things look fishy.
1965 Mustang convertible
347 Stroker with Holley Dominator EFI
Street or Track coil-over suspension