We’ve put together a new battery package for our customers based on the setup for my personal car. These batteries are beasts, they are lithium and weight a touch over 14 lbs. That’s a little heavier than some of the other batteries out there, but the big deal is they have 2000 cranking amps and a ton of reserve capacity. So when you start comparing these batteries vs the others on the market, you’ll understand why the extra 5 pounds is actually worthwhile.
Everyone always seems to focus on just timing for spool up, but the reality of that is, it’s only half the story.
Dial in the fuel before worrying about advanced tables…
John Davis’s Gorgeous Red No Time Foxbody we recently wired with a Dominator ECU, Pro 600, Racepak Smartwire with Keypad, Davis Technologies VPS, Holley 7″ Dash, Maven Performance Coil Mounts, MAD Racing Products EGT Bulkheads, AFIS Injectors and Holley Injector Driver Module.
We have been getting a bunch of messages and calls about how to set up custom cam and crank stuff lately. A lot of people have been building LS’s and putting Crank Triggers on them and that seems to be the most popular question that we get, so I figured I’d go over some of the different ignition types in Holley software and how to set them up.
This video goes over how to use the comparison function in Holley EFI. This is a function makes in-between round changes pretty easy and it also makes writing new tune-ups for a new racetrack pretty easy also.
Let’s start on part two of our fuel tuning series of videos. So in our previous video we discussed startup and fuel modifiers and now we’re gonna get into what closed loop and learn is and how to use these tools to your benefit.