Funny, I had this exact conversation with my father in law this morning. I still think it’s worth it. Drivability is still better than with a carb. At least as well as I could tune one. With the Sniper unit being able to control timing, activate the cooling fan, plus a dozen other things I’m not currently using, it’s way more than just a fuel injection system.
I’m slowly figuring out the software and how to read the fuel and timing graphs and what different parameters mean. I just need to keep learning and figuring it out. Worst case, I bring it somewhere and pay to have it figured out.
I was gonna replace the plugs today, but they don’t actually look too bad.
A little sooty around the threads, but the porcelain and electrodes are clean. I had plenty of other important stuff to get done to get it ready for a show next Saturday, so of course I did none of it, and instead messed with the interior a bit.
Finally installed the pressure gauge for the air ride. Using a hole saw to try to drill through the bezel doesn’t work well at all, so I did the same thing as I did for the boost gauge, and just got it hot and pushed it through.
Painted the silver bezel black to match the rest of the gauges.
Next step is lengthening the harnesses so I can actually connect the gauge to the sensors all the way at the back of the truck.