Vortec Stealth Ram Fuel Injection Systems with Wide Band O2
Holley is announcing the availability of their new Stealth Ram Fuel Injection systems with Wide Band O² for small block Chevy engines with Vortec L31 cylinder heads.
Powered by Holley’s Commander 950 ECU, the Stealth Ram system utilizes a unique “Tunnel Ram” design for increased air flow resulting in more horsepower and torque. Systems are available with 24, 30, 36 or 42 lb per hour injectors and come with either a polished or satin finished intake manifold capable of supporting engines making 300 to 670 horsepower. HEI small cap and Holley’s 890-160 distributors will clear the tunnel ram design and plug directly into the Commander 950 electronics and throttle linkage hook ups are a snap with using a GM TPI or Lokar™ TPI linkage kit.
The Stealth Ram MPI systems come complete with everything needed to install an EFI system onto any street rod, classic truck, G-Machine, or muscle car. Included is a CNC machined billet aluminum 58mm throttle body, 255 LPH inline fuel pump, fuel rails, fuel injectors, fuel rail crossovers, fuel pressure regulator, wiring harness, all sensors, Commander 950 ECU, Commander 950 tuning software, wide band 02 sensor and a comprehensive Commander 950 Tuning Manual. Commander 950 electronics are fully programmable using a laptop computer.
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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