Posted on August 16, 2016 June 7, 2018 by FiTech EFI — 6 CommentsFiTech Fuel Command Center 40003 Blue Collar Camino Fuel Command Center # 40003 On Mike’s Blue Collar 65 El Camino autocross / road race / machine! Also Part # 30004 GO EFI 4 Power Adder 600HP EFI controlling a 100 shot of nitrous! View More Post navigationPrevious post: Go EFI Pulse Width Modulation Instructions With PicturesNext post: Frequently Asked Questions – Fuel Command Center 6 comments on “FiTech Fuel Command Center 40003 Blue Collar Camino” Richard Dickey December 29, 2016 I’m looking at the dual quad set up for a ford 385 series big block stroked to a 552. I was curious as to fuel milage in a ball park figure. ill be running a comp cams mother thumper cam. compression will be roughly 9:1 9..5:1 combustion chambers in the ford alum. scj heads at 76cc. my ball park guess with your system is in the teens with normal driving. Bryce - FiTech Tech Pro December 30, 2016 It is hard to predict what gains you will get in fuel economy. If I had to guess it would be around 5-7 MPG improvement. Again this is a guess as I have seen people drop mileage and even triple mileage! You have the ability optimize your AFR (air fuel ratio) to best suite your engine. Jack Stokes February 26, 2017 I’m not getting a big enough shot of fuel at startup So I have to cycle my key on & off several times to Get enough fuel to start. If I pour a little gas directly Into it it’ll start right up. How do I correct that problem? Other than that I’m loving it, but I’ve only Had it running a couple days. Bryce - FiTech Tech Pro March 7, 2017 The setting is in GO EFI TUNING then CRANK AND WARM UP. Prime fuel Multi is the prime shot Cranking fuel is fuel injected during cranking. Mark Leonard March 3, 2017 will a fitech fuel injection system work good with a large duration camshaft? 355 ci intake lift .513 exhaust .498 duration 283 intake 303 exhaust 107 lobe separation. Bryce - FiTech Tech Pro March 7, 2017 Our systems will work with as little as 4-5 inches of vacuum. Now with larger cams additional tuning is required and is not 100% self learning. If you engine makes 8 or more inches of vacuum tuning becomes a lot easier. Comments are closed.