FiTech Fuel Injection Joins Mopar Connection Magazine For 2019


Aftermarket electronic fuel injection has been around for several years now, but few companies are moving the needle like FiTech Fuel Injection. After bursting onto the scene about four years ago, they’ve done nothing but innovate and provide competitively priced fuel injection systems to the hot-rodding faithful.

Their throttle body EFI kits range from the docile Go Street EFI 400HP system to the wild Go EFI Tri-Power 600HP system to the radical Go EFI 2×4 Power Adder 1200HP kit. They even have a 2-barrel variety for those that want to add a little more driveability to their unsuspecting stock 318. Kits start at just $795, barely above the price of a new carburetor, but with all the technology of today packed inside the onboard ECU. EFI requires high-quality fuel delivery, so they have a full lineup of retrofit-ready in-line pumps, in-tank pumps, surge tanks, and EFI-ready fuel tank kits available as well.

Of course, no product is much good without excellent technical support and FiTech has it in spades. Start with the frequently asked questions page, then move to their dedicated tuning forum. If you don’t find your answer there, check out the online form to request technical support or give them a call at (951) 340-2624.

When asked why their systems are so inexpensive, FiTech summed it up by saying, “We like to answer that with another question. Why are the others so expensive? It’s a throttle body, 4 injectors, a few sensors and an ECU. Not much there when you really break it down. Our OE ties allow us to source components at a great rate and our engineering is spread over many projects so it is not all rolled into the price of one system. We have been designing OE systems privately for 16 years and believe that the only way the EFI will EVER replace a carburetor is if the cost gets more reasonable. We have been working to make that happen and this is the first step. Expect more in the future ! Go EFI!!”

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Kent Will

Kent grew up in the shop with his old man and his '70 Charger R/T. His first car was a 1969 Super Bee project when Kent was fourteen. That restoration experience lead to pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering and a career in manufacturing. Since then, the garage has expanded to include a '67 Satellite, a '72 Scamp, and a 2010 Mopar '10 Challenger.

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