Teddy Houser Race Cars built a C7 Corvette and Hudson turned to companies like TKM, Menscer Motorsports, and M&M Racing Transmissions along with others to create a powerful and soon-to-be 3-second/200 mph hot rod. The TKM engine is designated a small-block but the dimensions are unknown outside of it being an all-billet masterpiece. A key component to the 4,062 WHP output is a Harts Turbo 140mm boost-maker, which is controlled by Turbosmart electronic wastegates. The FuelTech engine management system is one of the few systems on the market that is capable of controlling the revolutionary new wastegates. In fact, many experts believe it will be a game-changing component to get turbo cars more competitive with the supercharged variants in many outlaw racing categories.
The shiny Corvette features a FuelTech FT600 engine management system for all of its engine and power management as well as data acquisition. The FT600, FT550, FT550LITE, and FT450 offer a complete line-up of standard features including sequential injection and ignition, O2 Closed Loop, data logger, delay box, Boost Controller, Nitrous Controller, and so much more. FuelTech’s features and capabilities have helped change the game in the aftermarket ECU market, as proven by the success in various motorsports with championships and record-breaking performances.