It’s been over four months since Street Outlaws’ Joe Woods decided to go EFI and installed an all-Haltech system on his big block Chevy powered Dodge Dart. We caught up with Joe recently to see how he likes the setup now that he has experienced racing and living with it on day-to-day basis.
It was a tough night in Sin City for the Street Outlaws gang. The guys took on some of the fastest local racers and nearly came undone. Luckily the Dominator came through winning both his races in his Haltech-powered Dodge Dart.
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With 2,500 exhibitors, over 60,000 visitors, 1500 display cars and 2,400 products in the New Product Showcase the 2016 SEMA Show proved it really is the pulse of the international aftermarket and modifying scene.
“I built this car in my garage with a very limited budget. I can’t wait to take on all the big-money cars!” Chris “Kamikaze” Day rebuilds one of Street Outlaws’ iconic cars and converts it to EFI and Haltech.
Held in Ennis Texas at the Texas Motorplex, American Outlaws Live is an 1/8th mile shootout attracting plenty of high profile racers as well as the crew from Discovery Channel’s Street Outlaws show.
While today’s traditional car builders, racers and restorers are comfortable with technology, it still takes a big leap of faith for someone who has spent decades changing jets and turning mixture screws to start tuning with a laptop computer. In this article we try to demystify EFI and explain how it differs from a carburetor.
They are the biggest, baddest street racers in America and they’re swapping their carbies for EFI systems.