Is one better than the other? That depends on who you ask. I’ll tell you that I prefer carburetors all day long and my son will tell you that EFI is better. They each have their pros and cons so let’s go over how they work and compare.
Our most recent restoration has left the building! This 1950 Ford is finally finished after we took the truck off of it's original frame and placed it on a brand new one from No Limit Engineering. Once the truck was on the frame, we installed the customer's '56 Cadillac motor with twin Edelbrock Performance carburetors, a 4L60E transmission, a custom Be Cool, Inc. radiator and power steering.
Is ethanol something you’d want in your classic? It makes up 10% of the fuel that goes in our vehicles nowadays. There’s some benefit to having ethanol in your fuel such as a cleaner burn and that it’s more environmentally friendly. That’s great for fuel injected vehicles made in 1977 or later, but what about carbureted vehicles?