Edelbrock launches Pro-Flo 4 fuel-injection kit

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Pro-Flo 4 fuel-injection is a do-it-yourself installation, says Edelbrock | Edelbrock photo

Edelbrock has released its Pro-Flo 4 kit, which it says is “the latest and most advanced electronic fuel injection system available” in the aftermarket. Further, it “can be installed in your driveway with no need for costly dyno sessions to get it calibrated.”

“The Pro-Flo 4’s key advancements are in the all-new compact and water-resistant ECU which features a faster processor with an upgraded Bluetooth chip for more reliable connectivity with the system’s E-Tuner app,” Edelbrock said. “For advanced tuners, the Pro-Flo 4 offers more options that give total control over cold starts and acceleration, all while retaining the simplicity that Pro-Flo systems are known for.

The company adds that the setup does not require laptop tuning. 

“Base calibrations… have been developed on their in-house dyno. The self-learning capability will continually adjust the calibration to get the maximum performance out of your engine. 

“Edelbrock’s E-Tuner 4 app utilizes a Bluetooth wireless connection to communicate with the ECU, giving you the ability to monitor engine vitals and performance in real-time from inside or outside of the vehicle.”

The kit, priced at $1,795, features what Edelbrock says is an easy-to-use setup wizard to guide users through the process. 

“Pro-Flo 4 lets users adjust both fuel and spark from the E-Tuner 4 app, giving complete control of the system with the ability to fine-tune air-fuel ratios, ignition curve, idle speed, acceleration fuel, coolant fans, rev-limiter and much more. All kits include a seven-inch Android tablet with the E-Tuner 4 app pre-installed. For users with an existing Android-based smart phone or tablet, the E-Tuner 4 app can be downloaded for free in the Google Play store.”

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Edelbrock says the Pro-Flor 4 is available for “popular Chevrolet, Ford, Chrysler and Pontiac applications with several configurations to meet horsepower needs.”

For more information, visit the edelbrock website

 

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A former daily newspaper sports editor, Larry Edsall spent a dozen years as an editor at AutoWeek magazine before making the transition to writing for the web and becoming the author of more than 15 automotive books. In addition to being founding editor at ClassicCars.com, Larry has written for The New York Times and The Detroit News and was an adjunct honors professor at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.

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