New features are leading the charge for Edelbrock‘s fuel injection systems at the 2015 SEMA Show.
The E-Street 2 throttle-body fuel-injection system — an upgrade to the current E-Street 1 system — has a number of improvements, from the reworked throttle body to a new external finish, but the biggest improvement to the system can’t be seen.
“We’ve upgraded the ECU in the E-Street 2 EFI system so it’s a lot faster; connectivity and processing power is a lot better,” says Edelbrock’s Eric Blakely. “If you have an Android-based phone or tablet, you can download the E-Tuner software from the Google Play store, and it will connect up with your ECU through Bluetooth, and you can do the set-up and tuning from there.”
The base tune calibrations have been refined to offer a quicker self-learning period, and the system now supports fully programmable ignition control to help optimize performance to the specific application. And, if you purchase the optional Ignition Control Kit, you can direct-drive an ignition coil and eliminate the need for an external ignition box.
E-Street 2 kits are available for a number of popular applications.
The company’s focus on EFI doesn’t stop with the E-Street 2 system, as they’ve also designed in a number of upgrades to the Pro-Flo 3 sequential port fuel injection system, which uses a tablet or Android phone for controlling engine parameters.
Not only does the Pro-Flo 3 incorporate the E-Tuner software and Bluetooth connectivity of the E-Street 2 system, it includes ignition control to provide a smoother idle, faster acceleration, and many other benefits.
The Pro-Flo 3 system can also monitor and control functions including dual adjustable fan outputs, idle speed, and set air-fuel ratios.
Once the user tells the system the parameters of the engine, it is off and running with its wideband oxygen sensor-driven self-mapping technology to continually monitor and adjust fuel calibration.