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Thread: Terminator X vs HP EFI

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    I have a car with a blown up LS1 & GM computer. It ran like it had a bad tune, so I'm now building an N/A 427 58x from scratch. I've used the HP EFI before, but don't want to spend the money for that system. Will the Terminator X work for this?

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    Everything you need to know and/or compare is on this webpage: https://www.holley.com/brands/holley.../terminator_x/ (Terminator X & X MAX Information)
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    That link doesn't answer my biggest question. I just spoke with a Holley Tech and he said the Terminator X is not wired for an LS7. If the engine is a 58x crank and 4x cam, why won't that work?

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    I don't know (I'm not an LSx guy), that link has a lot of specific application information. You may have to call back and ask them.
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    OK, will do. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill71 View Post
    That link doesn't answer my biggest question. I just spoke with a Holley Tech and he said the Terminator X is not wired for an LS7. If the engine is a 58x crank and 4x cam, why won't that work?
    I see no reason why it would not work on a LS7, since it is a 58x/4x engine, just like a LS3, etc. Andrew
    IG @projectgattago

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    The LS7 uses a different MAP sensor connector, but that's all I can think of that would be different from an LS3. -Greg

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