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Thread: Sniper vs Super Sniper - what are the differences?

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    Default Sniper vs Super Sniper - what are the differences?

    Other than the 2.5 bar and the updated EFI software, what are the differences between the Super Sniper and the Sniper?
    Can I just upgrade the SD card content software and Sniper EFI software and have basically the same thing?
    I'm already running a Centrifugal Supercharger with my Sniper using the last EFI software upgrade.

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    I'd be interested in a side-by-side as well. Thank you!

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    Someone just posted a link to Hot Rod where they talk about some the new features of Super Sniper. Super Sniper EFI Sees Powerful Improvements To Data Logging. If you look at the installation manual for Super Sniper you will see an additional 8-pin connector that doesn't exist on the regular Sniper. You can connect several sensors of your choice for monitoring & datalogging. That seems to be the main difference. Super Sniper also supports forced induction according to the specs. In Holley's photos, Super Sniper looks the same, except for the third connector plug. I can't find any mention of EFI software, firmware or SD card contents for Super Sniper on Holley's website.

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    And then there is the real big difference. The Sniper has 4 injectors and supports 650 HP. The Super Sniper has 8 injectors and supports 1250 HP.

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    There are two Super Snipers. The Super Sniper 650 and the Super Sniper 1250. The 1250 has 8 injectors. There's also a Stealth 4500, an older product that has a lot of differences.

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    Correct. The Super Sniper 650 has four 100 lb/hr fuel injectors (LINK), and the Super Sniper 1250 has eight 100 lb/hr fuel injectors (LINK).
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