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    Posted: 04 Oct. 2021 at 8:36pm
Anyone ever look into one of these?

1bbl Holley Sniper EFI system

550-552 Holley Sniper EFI Autolite 1100
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Hi ya Jim !

I would have thought someone would have chimed in by now saying "yes" they are good.    hmmm

Have you found a local welder yet ?
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Not surprised by the lack of response to your question, most folks here are satisfied with just using a carburetor. There are a handful of projects here on the page with EFI (mine included), but most are utilizing older GM throttle body components. There are kits for the L and F134s.

I don't have any experience using the Holley system, sorry. 
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Probably a great setup, a co-worker is adding a 4 barrel version of this to a Mopar 440, looked pretty slick to me

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I've had 2 of these on order since January. The shipping date gets pushed back every single month.
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Originally posted by Nick_ Nick_ wrote:

I've had 2 of these on order since January. The shipping date gets pushed back every single month.


Interesting, are these new to the market ?, my co-worker ordered his 4 barrel model Saturday and it was on his doorstep yesterday, but then they are probably more in demand than a single unit I guess ?…

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I talked to Holley at length about the unit. It is an all self contained unit. The way I understand it, it just needs an O2 sensor. That’s it. It is more efficient if you have a tach signal but it’s not necessary to run. You tell the computer what size you motor is and from there on out it is self tuning. You can even use a point ignition if you want.

Down side: you can’t buy parts for it. The IAC, TPS, MAP are all integrated into the throttle body. If you have a failure, you replace the entire throttle body. This being the case, you either need to buy 2 units, or you need to have a backup carb ready to go. You can’t just buy a backup throttle body. You have to buy the entire kit. The other down side is that it appears availability is a problem. At least in these times.
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Perhaps that will change in time, looks like a slick option if spares were availible.

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