FiTech showed up at SEMA with some fresh new products, and we tracked down spokesman Mike Wahl to bring us up to date. Mike revealed the company’s new Force Fuel system, which addresses fuel delivery issues by delivering juice to the EFI system at high pressure, which is of particular interest to autocross and road course competitors.
The all-new FiTech Force Fuel System makes the upgrade to fuel injection even easier. The Force Fuel simply connects to a stock mechanical or electric fuel pump then supplies the EFI system with high pressure through the use of an internal 340-lph pump. This means you don’t need to run a new feed line from the tank!
Next up, Mike talked about FiTech’s new tri-power setup for LS motors. It features progressive linkage and can handle up to 750 horsepower. The system comes complete with the rails, ECU, and wiring harness as well.
FiTech also brought a cool “dual-four-barrel” injection setup for new-age GM motors dubbed LS 2×4. The system comes with dual four-barrel card-style throttle bodies, ECU, and a touchscreen controller, which is compatible with most GM transmissions and can handle between 500 to 750 hp.
Next up, FiTech brought its Ultra Ram for old-school big-block Chevrolets. This is phase two of the Ultra Ram induction lineup and will support up to 750 hp with more on tap by swapping out injectors. The latest version has tweaks that make it flow better, look better, and perform better.
Last but not least, Mike showed us FiTech’s new in-tank fuel delivery system, the GoFuel 340 Pump Module. It can handle up to 800 hp, is compatible with E85, gasoline, ethanol, alcohol, or methanol. Its compact size can fit small and shallow tanks and adjusts from 6 to 15 inches.