Another build...


#1

Since the Camaro is going to be a couple year project ever since we decided to cut it all up. I purchased this and then remembered that carburetors suck…

I decided to switch it over to Holley Dominator EFI it should simplify a lot of things since the car had a carb/ignition box/AMS1000 boost controller/data logger all separate and I can do everything inside of Holley.

Edit: huge thanks to Muscle Car Alley, Gary(I guess he works on stuff besides DSMs), and Vanstrom Performance for all the help getting all this together in a short period of time.

So I went and ordered all this crap

If anyone is interested its all this

Holley EFI Dominator ECU. P/N 554-114 1

Holley EFI Main Power Harness. 558-308 1

Holley EFI Universal MPFI (Multi Port Fuel Injection) main engine 558-104 1

GM LS Sub harness’s Depending on coil type. 558-307 1

Holley EFI COP Sub Harness. Connections for Holley Smart Coils. 558-312 1

Holley EFI Universal Ignition Harness. 558-306 1

Holley EFI Ford EV1 Injector harness. 558-209 1

Holley EFI J2A Input harness. Pre-terminated for second wideband O2. 1

Holley EFI NTK Wideband O2 Sensor 554-100 2

Holley EFI 5 Bar MAP Sensor. 554-108 1

Holley EFI Coolant Temp Sensor. 534-10 1

Holley EFI Air Temperature Sensor. 534-20 1

Holley EFI HI-Performance C-N-P SMART COIL 556-112 8

Holley EFI J1A/B Input/Output Auxiliary Harness. 4 Inputs/4 Outputs. 558-400

Holley EFI Boost Control Solenoid. 557-200 2

Holley EFI Stainless Steel 100psi transducer. 554-102 1

Holley EFI 160 LB/HR PERFORMANCE FUEL INJECTORS - SET OF 8 522-168 1

Holley 554-118 Hall Effect Crank Pickup

Then we stripped all the wiring in the car

Then bought some more stuff

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Had to change out the intake manifold/fuel pressure regulator for EFI

The hotside all got wrapped and the turbos are getting turbo blankets

[img]http://i.imgur.com/vBvVDUL.jpg/img]

Throttle body got vbanded

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New steering shaft

Strange master

Coil brackets

Family member was night enough to shoot me a whole box of racing gear

We are getting pretty close to firing it up waiting on a few things to ship including bottle bracket for the CO2, push lock fittings for the wastegates, brakes, and a few other small things

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Original plan was to rewire the whole car with an aftermarket harness but the factory one was stripped and repaired. The car will can get a complete aftermarket body harness this winter when I switch it over to digital dash and change a few other things around.

New master installed leaving a lot more space


#2

whoa.


#3

Siqqqqqq


#4

good god


#5

And here I wondering if I should spend $200 on wheel spacers…


#6

lol I can tell you this much I won’t ever try converting a SBC/SBF or something that didn’t come EFI over to EFI ever again way to much stupid crap that adds up.

There is something like $500 in AN fittings so far


#7

Yeah lol, that’s a huge undertaking for sure.


#8

Is it fast?


#9

It went 8.50 @ 16X with the carb it had on it before…should probably pick up a little with EFI but its going to take many passes before I lean on it that hard.

Dumping some weight off(couple fiberglass parts and new moly cage) of it and fixing the paint this winter but its a street car so no 25.5 cage.


#10

:bigtup:Shit. I guess it’s fast.

GL on your quest for 11’s


#11

What happened to the SC C6?


#12

Another member on here is now the owner of that, but I’ll let him decide if he wants to post up :snky:


#13

Sold it another member bought it probably picking up another C6 or a C7 in a couple years after I get a bigger garage.

All my friends got back into racing at the track and having a 750hp street car when I don’t street was sorta pointless when it was 6spd and never gonna be great at the track.


#14

Makes sense. That car looked like it really pulled. Hope I see it out again. New build looks pretty quick. Drew better step it up.


#15

This thing is sweet, I want a drag car lol.


#16

whoa nice :tup:


#17

Drew has me covered with his new setup.

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Street car bro


#18

You ain’t in Texas :stuck_out_tongue:

I’m thinking I want a nice older truck now, but that’ll change in two seconds.


#19

Holley is mounted and mostly wired holding off on replacing the chassis harness for new just cleaned it up and fixed some connections. After I figure out if im replacing the front bumper for a new style I will replace the harness since you can get drop in harnesses with the correct connections for newer headlights.

Transmission pan had to be tapped for a temp sensor

Holley Solenoid for bump box

http://i.imgur.com/SPCT6sH.jpg

This stuff just came today 7 inch digital dash, progressive shift light, GPS speed sensor…I was originally going to keep the autometer style gauges and replace them over winter for a digital dash but this will be significantly easier since it plug and plays with the holley pcm.

Should be firing it up very soon

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Slightly more wired vs previous pics


#20

Huge thanks to Doug Vanstrom(Vanstrom Performance) and Kevin(Muscle Car Alley) for helping get this thing running in a short amount of time.

https://youtu.be/4NwC0n8ynQo

https://youtu.be/sBo8k_v0bic

Disregard the oil pressure I was two 0-100psi pressure sensors short when I decided to go all digital dash.