As older vehicles are free from emissions concerns, Holley EFI has been hard at work developing controls for those vehicles to be able to use Holley’s complete lineup of fuel injection systems. Many of the advances have been made to allow the electronic fuel injection systems to control the Ford Coyote, Dodge HEMI, and LS engines in older, retrofit vehicles with those engine platforms.
In addition, the company has developed their new Digital Dash to help program and monitor those systems. “We wanted to give the control and the monitoring of the expensive race engine to to the consumer, whether they are a racer or street enthusiast,” says Holley’s Shane Weckerly. “It has all the functionality to be able to monitor pretty much any engine parameter, transmission parameter, those types of things that the consumer’s going to be able to want to see and set limits for.”
The Digital Dash is able to be customized with a variety of gauge and indicator screens that can be programmed to display any parameter that the system monitors. There is also a virtual switch panel, user defined alarms to notify you when a parameter may be out of range, and offers configurable shift lights. In addition, it can control on-screen playback of the Holley system’s EFI datalogs.
The full color 7-inch touchscreen has been designed to be viewable in all conditions, even bright sunlight, and offers plug and play connection to all of Holley’s EFI systems. We’ve reviewed Holley’s EFI systems in the past, and they offer a wide range of control for nearly any function imaginable, from nitrous systems to boost control to engine timing and fueling requirements.