The Go EFI 4 Power Adder 600HP EFI system combined with the Hyperfuel™ Single Pump G-Surge Tank has all of the self-tuning features you expect from the Go EFI systems with the extra pro features needed for higher output engines. Annular swirl discharge fuel distribution as well as nitrous and boost timing retard features make this a perfect choice for your Power Adder engine or your normally aspirated engine if you are considering future upgrades. This system is capable of 25lbs of boost right out of the box and can be used in a blow thru turbo or blower application or on a single roots style supercharger. You can also run a single stage of wet nitrous and control your A/F as well as ignition timing. The Go EFI Power Adder 600HP Kit is for the enthusiast that demands more from his system or is planning a future upgrade!
The HyperFuel Single Pump G-Surge Tank is designed to be used in vehicles that have fuel starvation issues when being used in extreme lateral G-force environments. Typically, this is due to poor fuel tank baffling in the existing fuel tank. The G-Surge eliminates that problem. The pump in the G-Surge never gets uncovered because it receives a steady supply of fuel from your existing fuel system as well as the fuel returning from the fuel injection system. So your system maintains a constant flow of fuel. Since the G-surge is constantly circulating fuel to and from your tank, your fuel pump stays cooler and will have a longer life. The fuel pump noise is also muffled by being submerged in fuel 100% of the time. The G-surge is also the best way to provide the necessary increase in fuel volume when adding a power adder, such as boost or nitrous to your engine.
|•||Application: Chevrolet, Pontiac, Ford, Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, Etc. engines making 200 HP up to 650 HP with a 4-barrel intake manifold, 25 PSI boost compatible and nitrous ready.|
|•||Replacement for any 4-barrel carburetors for engines with 200 HP up to 650 HP, 25 PSI boost compatible and nitrous ready.|
|•||Use the same size air cleaner you would normally use for your 4-barrel carburetor.|