If you’re looking for an EFI system for your vehicle, you’ve come to the right place. There are many different types, including the Analogue type fuel control circuit 30′, the MSD 2900, and the Holley Sniper 550511. In this article, I’ll explain the differences between these and more. Hopefully, this information will help you make the best decision for your vehicle.
Analogue type fuel control circuit 30′
An analog type fuel control circuit is used to regulate the flow of fuel to a vehicle engine. The fuel supply rate depends on the temperature of the engine, so the fuel required during cold start-up is higher than that needed for a hot start-up. To improve engine start-up, fuel enrichment schemes have been proposed. However, the fuel needed for an engine during cranking is not a linear function of its temperature. Therefore, it is critical to supply fuel at a rate that is proportional to its cranking speed.
The circuit includes a suitable DC voltage supply, a plurality of electrical impedances coupled to the DC voltage supply, and a capacitor. The circuit controls the switching devices as a function of the voltage across the capacitor and the DC supply. The circuit charges the capacitor from the DC supply, and then selectively switches the electrical impedances into a conductive circuit with the capacitor. This causes the capacitor to discharge at a frequency proportional to the engine cranking speed.
The MSD Atomic 2 EFI Fuel System is a premium aftermarket kit that can be installed directly onto your vehicle. These kits offer enhanced drivability and idle stability, and wide-open throttle horsepower. They are also aesthetically pleasing and cost-efficient. If you are interested in improving the performance of your vehicle, an Atomic EFI system is worth the money. Here’s a closer look at …Types of EFI System Read More