The 2,700+ WHP demands big fuel delivery and this ‘Cuda relies on massively large fuel injectors, which require a FuelTech 8A/2A Peak and Hold driver to help keep them under control. FuelTech offers three levels of Peak and Hold drivers to keep up with today’s low impedance fuel injectors from four to sixteen fuel injectors. The company recently released FT Injector in three sizes—720 lb/hr, 520 lb/hr, and 320 lb/hr, which are measured using 90 psi and are capable of flowing as low as 30 psi and as high as 130 psi. The FT Injector can handle all types of fuel, including gasoline, ethanol, methanol/alcohol, nitromethane, nitropropane, MTBE, and ETBE.
The FTSPARK Capacitive Discharge Ignition (CDI) is a championship-proven ignition system that has since been upgraded with a Gen II variant. The FTSPARK Gen II offers a minimum and guaranteed 750mj of energy at 140 amps and has been tested up to 850mj in certain applications. FuelTech tests every unit prior to boxing to ensure each one meets the 750mj minimum guarantee. That output shows a 25 percent increase over the FTSPARK Gen I and a 12.5 percent increase in amps at the primary coil. All Gen I ignition boxes are upgradable to Gen II and it uses the same enclosure, making the swap easy and quick. The CDI ignition is paired with a set of eight CDI Racing Ignitions coils to light off the methanol fuel being forced into the cylinders.
The combination has helped Sayler race hard in the Top Sportsman, often times being at or near the top of the qualifying ladder. The Montana-based racer has also run in the 3-second zone in the Outlaw 10.5 eliminator during the Street Car Super Nationals, held at The Strip, located in Las Vegas Motor Speedway. From competing in Top Sportsman with nearly 3,000 WHP to the smoking tires of professional drifting, there is a reason you’re seeing #FuelTechEverywhere