I'm seriously considering switching to an EFI system for my 67 Dart. I've pretty much narrowed it down to the Fitech Go EFI 4, or the Fitech Go Street EFI. The only real difference between the two systems (other than $150) is that the EFI 4 has the option of controlling ign/timing as well as electric fans if desired. My car is strictly a cruiser, and will never see the track, so I'm not really sure that I would benefit from the ign/timing control. It isn't a self-learning system, and I don't really have the patience (or the knowledge) to set-up the timing correctly. Quite honestly, I'm just trying to make the car as turn-key as possible. I want to be able to fire it up after sitting in the garage all winter, check the fluids, and take off on a weekend trip without any hassles. FYI - It's a freshly rebuilt (1500mi ago) '68 318, .030 over, MP stock 340 cam, dual exhaust with OEM 340 HP manifolds, and an old-school LD340 intake. Not only am I on the fence between the two systems, but also about the ignition setup. Fitech says that any 2-wire ignition will work, as long as there is no ballast resistor being used on the car. The Fitech support guy said that the ideal way to go (if the EFI isn't controlling the ignition) is a GM style HEI distributor. I understand his point, but they don't make an air cleaner big enough to hide that big ugly Chevy HEI distributor cap. I currently have a simple $35 mopar ign box, powered through a ballast resistor, connected to a simple vac advance $35 NAPA electronic distributor. Obviously this has to go, but what to replace it with? Any thoughts/advice would be greatly appreciated.