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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-12-1999, 11:29 PM
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Holley Pro-Jection

Has anyone here used this set up on there Bronco or any other vehicle? I am considering getting the 670CFM Pro-jection 2V to replace my 450cfm holley 4v carb. is it worth the 600$ for this setup. and will it give me better milage and such as holley claims......

Do'n it with only 6 cylinders!
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 11-07-1999, 11:03 PM
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Re: Holley Pro-Jection

ive put a couple of projection setups on .. and never regeted it.. they just flat out work! the only problem ive ever had was on the first one we had to small of a return line .. and even that wasnt that big of a problem. and yes , depending on the truck fuel milage go's way up.. im geting 20-25 mpg in my '37 with it and i have a built up small block ( 475 hp at the rear wheels) just shell out the cash, take your time hooking it up.. and go!

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I am planning on putting the 2V projection on my 230HP 300-I6

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post #4 of (permalink) Old 11-10-1999, 07:37 PM
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Re: Holley Pro-Jection

everyone has an opinion...I dont really have one, but I
had the 4d 700cfm projection kit in my closet for 2 months
while I was breaking in my 460..I ran into 4 different
people, 2 technicians that did not like it, alot of
problems with the computers going bad and not being
warrantied.They convinced me to send it back..I am waiting
for a port injected system to be developed, which would
be, in my opinion, way better than throttle body
injection...later

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