FT. LAUDERDALE, FL – Adding a finely tuned high-power electronic fuel injection system to your muscle car, racecar, or G-machine has never been easier. The airflow experts at Wilson Manifolds are proud to announce their latest innovation, the V-FORCE EFI throttle body. Unlike most fuel injection conversions, which require dozens of parts including a new intake manifold, the V-Force system is an all-inclusive fuel injection solution that integrates cutting edge Wilson airflow technology and turnkey EFI reliability in one slick-looking package.
Wilson Manifolds' engineers developed the V-Force high-flow throttle body using the latest computer modeling software to produce a design that yields maximum flow per square inch of cross-sectional area. Eight fuel injector bosses (injectors ranging from 30-lb/hr to 160-lb/hr available separately) are designed to introduce fuel into the air stream for maximum atomization, and custom Wilson billet fuel rails and stanchions make installation a snap. The V-Force EFI features a standard 4150-style flange, so it will work on all popular 4-barrel intake manifolds. Best of all, thanks to the unique eight-injector design, the V-Force throttle body is compatible with most of the popular aftermarket ECUs. Simply bolt the V-Force body on a standard four-barrel intake, add a coolant temperature sensor, throttle position sensor and O2 sensor (all available from Wilson), and hook up an ECU, and you're ready to make horsepower. The V-Force system is designed to work on small block and big block V8s, as well as import and European applications.
The V-Force billet 6061-T6 aluminum body flows 1130cfm and incorporates four tapered and radiused throttle bores and a precisely machined progressive linkage for smooth throttle operation. Inward opening throttle blades eliminate part throttle directional influence by the blades that can cause poor air distribution. Throttle shafts are machined to Combining the V-Force EFI with a Wilson Manifolds tapered spacer can add up to 110 CFM.
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(Posted by Ron Schulmeister) Rating
You kind'a skimed over the ecu issue i.e., whitch ones work, which works best, how much $ one can be had for. I would bet that (like myself) a lot of people only have a vauge idea of what an ecu is, what it does, and what to look for in one.