When it comes to any hot rod or custom car, the engine is the lynchpin. Not only does it provide propulsion, it also defines the vehicle's character. Whether a big cube V-8 or nimble in-line four, it will affect how the car accelerates and behaves. But crucial to making any kind of throttle response possible is the fuel system and how the juice is delivered into the engine's combustion chambers. That's where the carburetor or injectors come in. The merits of fuel injection are well known, but for the purpose of this article, we're going to take a more traditional approach, focusing on carburetors for your hot rod
Published Dec 7th, 2015
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