Holley EFI Shares Data with Racepak Data Systems
Racers that take advantage of the performance and advanced tuning of Holley’s Dominator or HP EFI systems can now share their EFI operating system parameters with their Racepak data recorders.
Being able to record information straight from the ECU provides a long list of important engine data without the need for extra wiring or duplicate sensors. Rather than mounting a second TPS, water temp, WB02 or other sensors, you have access to all of that information straight from the source. Plus, all of this data can be reviewed on one screen rather than toggling through different software screens.
Holley provides up to 48 channels of data, more than any other EFI system, to be recorded onto the Racepak line of V-series recorders or their IQ3 Dash series. Of course, you get to select which data is shared through the Holley software such as nitrous parameters, injector duty cycle, boost pressure, spark timing, and many more important operating parameters.
To take advantage of recording this valuable information, racers will need to purchase a Holley EFI Can Connector Kit, P/N 558-412. The Racepak V-Net Module for Holley EFI systems is P/N 230-VM-EFIHOL and is available from Racepak.
For more information contact Holley Tech Service, P.O. Box 10360, Bowling Green, KY., 42101-7360, Telephone 270-781-9741. For nearest dealer: 1-800-HOLLEY-1. Or visit us on the web: www.holley.com.
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