1996 Ford Bronco
Bump for any updates or feedback at this point. I’m really wanting to pull the trigger but am debating another system (substantially more expensive MPFI system for the 400). Thanks
I too am interested in a system for my 78 460 and appreciate the infoI don’t have the sniper, but I like my FITECH. I run a refurbished stock air cleaner and it lets the engine bay look stock.
I would use their new in tank pump system as well with dual pumps for the maximum in reliability.
I run the FCC and it gave me fits until I made some modifications to how it circulated fuel to keep it running cool.
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This is also my thoughts... And I have an engine which I put together using Mustang style EFI components, harness, etc (though its in my 92). I would never do it again with the availability of the TBI units today.I would do the upgraded heads and a throttle body FI - the heads are where the real improvement will be and the TBI style FI will be plenty sufficient - unless you are adding overdrive and modifying the truck to be more aerodynamic, the marginal gain between TBI and MPFI will be minimal.
I'm going to use a relay, wired exactly the same way, just not the relay built into the harness.What do you mean cut it out? It is important that you use it. It handle furl system priming be starts. If you don't use it, you will have starting problems.
I’m getting ready to install the Sniper this week on my 78 just waiting for intake manifold to get here but dam I’m excited , I have a question and I asked the guy at Holley and he said it would be fine but asking your opinion , I didn’t want to drop tank AGAIN so I’m gonna run return line to filler neck about 6-7 inches from the bottom and I think it should be fine if not I’m def gonna cut some panels in this thing and that sender / return for other year is a great idea .the sniper runs 58 pounds of pressure, if you have a secondary regulator like i do, open it up to around 60 pounds of pressure, do not use it's return port use the holleys and it should be good to go, that's what holley told me.
On my system which i am using my 78 tank, i installed a 87-89 sender unit. it has both out line and the return line. I got an fittings that fit over the lines and tighten them. I also have a removable panel above the tanks so that i can remove the sender if needed. A lot of guys have done this for that very reason. The panels are from lmc.
can you quote us the part number of the sender/pump from 88/90 Broncos?you can put a 88*90 intank pump in the 78 bronco. I know becausethat is what I run. For your efi you can change the pump to a high pressure one. By doing this you get the return line on the new sending / pump combination, what I did was add an fittings to the pump pressure line and return line. You don't have to do this .