FOR SALE Fitech 600hp System

Mopar Performance Parts For Sale

  1. magvan

    magvan Well-Known Member

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    selling my fitech efi. it is the 600hp system,
    i have ran it for 7500 miles and it has proven itself. runs great no issues. i ran it on a big block mopar 440
    comes with upgraded temp sensor (stock ones often fail right out of the box)
    has the newest software installed
    has the large gage wire harness (the old harness are like 20 ga wires)
    extra ground wire
    air cleaner stud & wing nut included (doesnt come with it from fitech)
    fits any 4 barrel intake manifold. square bore or spread bore
    you can have the efi control the ignition timing if you want to but not necessary

    the only reason i am selling it, is because i installed an Edelbrock Pro Flo 3, 8 injector sequential injection system and dont need this one now.
    $750

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      I’m interested your inbox is full
       
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      magvan Well-Known Member

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      i just deleted a bunch of stuff (i think)
       
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      Can you elaborate more on fuel pump requirements? And if possible fuel metering range? Can it be configured to push more fuel for alcohol blends like E-85?
       
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      i ran an inline walbro 255 pump and am still running it with the edelbrock pro flo 3.

      sorry i know nothing about e85, but they do talk about it on the facebook pages. i know alot of people on there run it.
       
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      so it doesn't need an in tank pump, is that right
       
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      no inline works fine, but you can do a in tank if you wanted
       
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      ok thanks, what disi did you run and did you run a return line to your stock tank
       
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      yes return line to the tank. the best way to do it
      i ran a stock 440 distributor. i didnt have timing control hooked up. i was always going to but never did
       
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      How much fuel pressure? I'm also assuming you are using stock fuel lines? 600+ horse builds is about when one thinks of running 1/2" line. I ask because I have both. A 450 horse 440 with stock lines to carb. And 700 horse 451 that runs 1/2" lines from fuel cell. Just feeling out how adaptive of this option?

      Thank you for your input.
       
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      fitech uses 58 psi so you need a pump capable of more than that. walbro 255 is over 100 psi free flowing and they make bigger more liters per hour pumps too.
      i ran 3/8 feed and 5/16 return lines but you can run anything bigger than that, it wont hurt going bigger.
      i only have about 400hp so i didnt need anything huge. plus remember with efi there is constant high pressure fuel flow all the time, its different than a carburetor fuel system
       
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      Just curious you mentioned the updated temperature sensor did you get that from f i Tech. Thanks
       
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      Delphi from napa. its just a stock sensor for a gm truck
       
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