Re: Holley EFI for Jeep 258 I6
The Holley is very adjustable. That is good and bad. The good part is that you can adjust it for the way your engine is set up. The bad part is that there are 5 separate adjustments on the computer and that can be frustrating. You will notice an increase in MPG and power without any loss in low end torque. I have found that replacement parts are available but will take some time to get because alot of the parts stores that "carry" Holley parts do not have a sustainment program for the EFI parts. Mine has been very reliable. The nice part is that there are minimal sensors involved in the system. The kits include diagnostic instructions so working on it yourself is not a big deal. Personally, I think the extra money is worth it. If you do end up getting one, email me or write a post and I or someone else can help you through the install. Good luck.
1980CJ7 258 EFI Mallory Unilite/ T-98/ D44F ARB/ AMC20R Detroit 33" BFG MT