Robin Lawrence Advances to NHRA Midwest Nats Semi-finals in Holley EFI COPO Camaro
Robin was essential to Holley’s involvement in the COPO program from early its early stages to today. Robin stated, “Since 2012, we have had a close relationship with the COPO program. This relationship has allowed us to use Daren’s Camaro and experience the car, our Hi-Ram intake, and our HP EFI system as any other customer would. We share this feedback with our engineers to ensure that Holley is staying ahead of the competition and that racers are satisfied with our products.”
The 2014 COPO Camaro being piloted by Robin is powered by a 350 cubic-inch LSX-based powerplant. Controlling everything under the hood of every 2013 and newer COPO Camaro is Holley’s HP EFI ECU. This ECU has all the features that have come to be expected of an aftermarket standalone engine controller without the hassle of learning the intricacies of programming and using it. The HP ECU features a powerful data logger, integrated boost control, 4 stage progressive nitrous control, water/meth injection control, self-tuning fuel table strategy, a unique lb./hr. based fueling strategy to simplify the tuning process, and dozens of other features. While a plug-and-play solution is offered for LS-based engines, this ECU has the ability to be used with virtually any 4, 6, or 8 cylinder engine.
Every naturally aspirated COPO Camaro powerplant is topped with a Holley Hi-Ram intake. The Hi-Ram intake features a completely modular design. This means that whether your LS is of either the cathedral or square port variety, carbureted or fuel injected, naturally aspirated or utilizing forced induction, Holley has an intake to suit your specific application.
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