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Thread: Holley EFI 8 Channel CAN EGT Controller?

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    Default Holley EFI 8 Channel CAN EGT Controller?

    Has anyone used this controller? Can it be installed under the hood (weather-proof)?

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    Contact Holley Tech Service (LINK).
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    I contacted Holley, the preferred mounting is inside the cabin. Is anyone out there using it? I know EGTs are generally slow to respond compared to WBO2 sensors, but I don't see an eight channel WBO2 CAN module from Holley (although eight Holley WBO2 sensors and a similar module may cost more than the ECU).

    At steady state conditions I'm thinking you could tune cylinder to cylinder balancing.

    It would also be cool to monitor temp in real time in front of the radiator and behind, water in, water out, heater in heater out (or bypass in/bypass out). Maybe for the condenser air in/out, evaporator air in/out, 134 lines in/out, driver/pass vent temp. Maybe cabin temp at various places at RPM/speed.

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    FYI: EGT sensors should not be compared to WBO2 sensors. They serve two completely different purposes.
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