Re: Projection- who likes it, who hates it?
Installed holley pro-jection 2D open loop system on my 360. I am using it with headers, edelbrock performer intake, and wolverine (crane) cam. I have not had it off-road yet, and have only driven it about 10 miles or so. In that 10 miles I tuned the system, and WWWHHHHOOOOAAAAA. I have never felt power like that in my jeep. Now, I was running a 304 with 600 cfm edelbrock carb before, with the headers, and the performer intake, and that engine was NOTHING compared to this, especially for low-end torque. It actually is much easier to tune than a carb (for me anyways) I am very pleased. The only problem I had was that the fuel pump was bad when I got it. They replaced it in a couple days (summit racing) and it is operational again. Additionally a friend of mine installed it on his 76 ford F150 with a Ford 360, and we wheeled the Badlands with it last weekend. The pro-jection did not burp, stall or kill the engine even once. I was extremely impressed. We wheeled some very tight and steep trails (really tight, especially with a full size) and the injection just kept chugging along. The same exact truck was constantly flooding last year with a brand new 600 cfm holley 4 barrel.
A word of advice. If you install the pro-jection system. Get an inline fuel pressure gauge that is mounted on the feed line. This way you can tune, as well as troubleshoot confidently. It will also let you know when a filter is clogged.
If you find it cheap used, then you might want to consider it, but personally I like the 1 year warranty from holley. I am always a little leary of buying electronic parts used too. I got mine from Summit Racing, and it was $700 shipped.
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