By Fredy Ramirez
The SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) is “data central” for hundreds of specialty parts brands, representing millions of part numbers and tens of millions of vehicle applications. Created by SEMA, the SDC is the definitive, industry-owned and -operated centralized data repository, complete with a comprehensive set of online data management tools.
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Holley EFI Module
Holley announces the release of its 255-lph OE-style EFI fuel tank modules for ’62–’67 Chevy IIs and Novas. The module is designed to be a direct replacement for your factory pickup and sending unit. The EFI Module includes a 255-lph fuel pump and a Holley HydraMat. The in-tank fuel pump module is designed to be capable of supporting electronic fuel injection (EFI) engines producing up to 550 hp. A pre-calibrated fuel-level sending unit designed to work with the factory fuel gauge for this application is included.
Holley EFI Fuel Tank
Holley introduces its Sniper EFI Fuel Tank System for the ’73–’81 Blazer, Jimmy and Suburban. The tanks are designed with galvanized steel, then powdercoated silver for corrosion protection. Internal tank baffling includes a large 4.8-liter internal fuel tray engineered to to prevent fuel pump starvation. The kit includes the tank, a 255-lph fuel pump, fuel level sender, new tank straps and the filler neck. The 255-lph fuel pump is designed to support up to 550 EFI (at 60 psi at 13.5 volts/10.4 amp draw).
Auto Meter DashLink II
Auto Meter releases its DashLink II OBD-II digital gauges. The link is designed to allows you to display AutoMeter gauges on your smartphone or tablet in real time. The link is engineered to monitor the vehicle performance from your Apple iOS or Android-enabled device. From your phone or tablet, you should be able to read, diagnose and clear engine codes, and clear Check Engine lights. In real time, the link is designed to allow for monitoring your fuel economy, can data log and determine your 0–60 time, quarter-mile, horsepower and braking performance.