Posted on August 17, 2016 June 7, 2018 by FiTech EFI — 4 CommentsInstructions for Fuel Command Center The Fuel Command Center can be used in conjunction with any EFI system. These instructions are focused on pairing it with a FiTech EFI System but the instructions can easily be adapted to suit any other EFI system. View PDF Post navigationPrevious post: Frequently Asked Questions – Fuel Command CenterNext post: FiTech Fuel Command Center dimensions 4 comments on “Instructions for Fuel Command Center” Real Madrid September 12, 2016 Great, thanks for sharing this article. Jim September 22, 2016 im trying to figure out if I need to connect a vacuum line to the pressure regulator on the fuel command center I have a 1962 buick skylark with a 215 v8 I have no vacuum line system on the car that I know of except for that distrubutor advance which is getting hooked up to the efi throttle body. Can use one of the other vacuum ports on the throttle body for the command center regulator or do I even need to hook it up. Glen J November 28, 2016 I have a 88 Chevy 1-ton with EFI I’m looking to up grade my stock EFI-to fitech#30002 model what will be needed to convert to your system ? ps- have 454 cuin Bryce - FiTech Tech Pro November 30, 2016 Our systems are a carb replacement system. If you can bolt a carb to the engine and make it run you can also do so with a FiTech system. We cant legally touch vehicles like yours in California so im guessing its just swapping a distributor and intake. Also the FiTech EFI system needs to run at 58 psi. Comments are closed.