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How to Install a Holley Terminator X Max ECU on a Ford Coyote Engine| 07/27/2020
Holley’s Terminator X and Terminator X Max ECUs are affordable, easy-to-use, standalone engine management systems for the Ford Coyote engine. They feature extremely simple plug-and-play designs using factory connectors to make installation quick and easy. Follow along in the video above as we walk you through the step-by-step installation of a Terminator X Max ECU on a Ford Coyote engine.
Holley Terminator X ECU Now Supports Gen 3 Hemi VVT and SRV Control| 09/18/2020
Swapping a Gen 3 Hemi engine into your car is easier than ever thanks to Holley’s Terminator and Terminator X Max ECUs. Now, swappers have even more capability with new variable valve timing control (VVT) and short runner intake valve control (SRV). Follow along as Holley EFI engineer, Matt Lunsford, explains how the new ECU controls work.
From Talladega To Bonneville, This 1969 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler II Is A Testament to Wind-Cheating Speed| 01/20/2021
Blurring the line between street machine and land speed racer, this rare 1969 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler II turns as many heads on the salt at Bonneville as it does at the local Cars and Coffee.
Father/Son-Built Turbocharged Plymouth Gold Duster With Original Paint!| 01/19/2021
Jody Babcock’s 1972 Plymouth Gold Duster started life as a 6-cylinder car and came to him with original paint and only 22,000 miles on the odometer. A fabricator by trade, Babcock wanted to impart some of those skills to his son, and the two transformed the car from stock to turbocharged drag-strip terror.