Dominator Efi Blog
Ringbrothers Outdo Themselves Again With the Wildest AMX Build You'll Ever See| 01/02/2018
Wisconsin-based brothers build the car of their childhood dreams, recreating the entire front of the car from carbon fiber.
Detroit Speed Takes a C3 Corvette From a Craigslist Ad to Autocross Glory| 10/05/2017
Wins Goodguys North Carolina Nationals Autocross in Its Debut
Dave Schroeder Returns From 2016 Crash to Dominate Drag Week 2017| 09/26/2017
'66 Vette Hits 217 mph with Holley Dominator EFI and NOS
LS Fest Standout: T.J. Johnson's '67 Chevelle Malibu| 11/10/2016
Hear all about this classic build from the man himself
Layne Schranz Takes Home Class Win at PPIHC| 07/07/2016
Check out the in-car footage of PPIHC competitor Layne Schranz and his "Open" Class winning run in his Holley EFI powered Chevrolet SS hill climb car!
MPS/Thyen win PDRA Pro Extreme Motorcycle using Holley EFI| 08/03/2014
Billy Vose and the MPS/Thyen team took home the win at the PDRA Pro Extreme Motorcycle Drags at the Virginia Motorsports Park, July 28th, 2014. The motorcycle is powered by a highly modified Suzuki Hayabusa powerplant which uses a Holley Dominator EFI Electronic Control Unit. The affectionately coined, "MPS Lethal Injection” is a combination of MPS' Spyder Dry Nitrous and the Holley ECU, which controls all of the motorcycle’s functions including the data logging. “It’s the ultimate in adjustability.” Says Dan Rudd of Motorcycle Performance Specialties (MPS). “We love our Holley System. It’s the heart of our motorcycle. We've been using it for the last 3 years and have slowly been getting better and better.”
Tommy Turner Wins Top Sportsman Using Holley EFI| 05/29/2014
Within weeks of switching to Holley’s EFI system, Tommy Turner takes the win for Top Sportsman class at the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series, 34th Annual Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Southern Nationals. Turner and his race crew recently switched to Holley Dominator EFI and made a visit to Holley's R&D facility to fine tune the Steve Schmidt Racing engine. The 904 Cubic Inch engine for Tommy Turner's race car in the Top Sportsman class is normally aspirated and makes over 1800 hp using the Holley Dominator EFI system.
Top Sportsman Racer Tommy Turner Uses Holley EFI| 05/06/2014
Top Sportsman Racer Tommy Turner stopped by Holley Performance in Bowling Green, Kentucky on their way to the NHRA Division Two race in Atlanta, Georgia. The powerplant in Turner's race car is a 904 cubic inch Steve Schmidt engine that is operated via a Holley Dominator EFI system According to Turner during a recent dyno run at Steve Schmidt Engines, the naturally aspirated big-block made over 1700 horsepower on the first pull.