There is no denying the LS engine is taking over the auto hobby. You’ll find them in everything from cars to trucks, and even Mustangs wanting to go fast. But, the stock LS fuel management system doesn’t offer as much performance potential as an aftermarket system, and FiTech knows that first hand.
They have not only developed a complete induction system for LS engines being swapped into classic rides, but they have now developed a composite intake that resembles factory, but delivers much more. “Currently, we only have it available for cathedral-port applications, but should have LS3 available soon,” said Jason Oberhelman of Fitech.
The intake features a low profile and long runners to help build torque, and high-flow injectors. The system is designed to work on applications up to 600 horsepower, and is available with, or without, automatic transmission controllability. Not only is this a self-learning system, but for you tech-specialists, the system is fully tunable through the hand-held controller or a laptop. This system is complete and ready to go, and has everything needed to run your LS engine and get you on the road easily.
But, if you want to run an LS engine, but prefer the look of a carbureted engine, the Retro LS kit from FiTech is right up your alley. The Retro kit has all the features of the Ultimate LS kit, but in a throttle body design that mimics an old-school carburetor. All you need to do is add your intake and LS engine.
Whichever style you choose, the FiTech LS-swap EFI kits are sure to be just what the mechanic ordered.