Engines equipped with Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) offer more power and torque than their carburetor counterparts. When it comes to repairs, each one can be addressed in its own way. Traditional mechanics may prefer carburetors because they can be easily taken apart, diagnosed, and fixed. On the other hand, EFI technicians like the fact that they can quickly read the handheld remote and see what is happening.
At the end of the day, it's about what you're comfortable with. When I asked Mark if the initial cost of an EFI system would be more than just a carburetor, he told me the following: “It's worth trading it for the overall increase in performance and consistency of performance with EFI. Adjusting a carburetor requires manual tools, while EFI requires entering information into a portable controller.” The intelligence of an EFI system lies in its Engine Control Unit (ECU). This is the brain of the EFI engine and the reason for its many advantages.
The Edelbrock universal EFI sump kit is designed to provide the high-pressure fuel needed for EFI applications in vehicles that still use a mechanical fuel pump. In conclusion, EFI systems offer superior performance and reliability compared to carburetors. They are also easier to adjust and maintain due to their ECU and handheld remote. However, they may require a higher initial investment than carburetors.