Erica Enders-Stevens Impressed with Holley EFI in First Test Session| 02/03/2016
The 2015 NHRA Pro Stock champion has begun getting her feet wet in her new Holley EFI-equipped Dodge Dart in preparation for the 2016 season.
Mr. Gasket HeadLock Header Bolts| 02/01/2016
Mr. Gasket's HeadLock header bolts really take the hassle out of header installation
Quick Time Comes Through for Jimmy Caldwell| 01/14/2016
Quick Time has a bellhousing for just about anything you can think of – and if we don't, we can build you one
Holley Announces Tall LS Valve Covers| 01/14/2016
Holley has released a line of tall valve covers to dress up the engine bay of your GM LS engine while providing additional clearance for valvetrain components.
New Flowtech Exhaust Components| 01/11/2016
Flowtech Exhaust has introduced several new products.
HydraMat Helps Robby Gordon Place 5th in Stage 5 of the 2016 Dakar Rally| 01/08/2016
After installing the HydraMat in the Stadium Super Trucks series, Robby Gordon wanted it onboard to help him tackle one of the most rigorous motorsports endeavors in the world.
Edge Hits The Market with the All-New Jammer Cold Air Intake| 01/06/2016
Edge Products has a new cold air intake system to pair with their popular tuning devices for even more horsepower and efficiency!
New Hooker BlackHeart Speed Exhaust Video| 12/22/2015
A few of the Hooker BlackHeart test cars met up at the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park to clear their throats.
How To Choose a Holley Carburetor| 12/22/2015
The first thing you need to know when purchasing a Holley carburetor is how to choose the right one.
Carb Class: 5 Basic Carb Tuning Tips| 12/22/2015
Quick Fuel Technology® (QFT™) ships carburetors only after they have been thoroughly run-tested and adjusted on a typical engine. Engine testing all carburetors prior to shipment ensures that when a new QFT™ carb is bolted on an engine, it will start, idle and perform up to the customer’s expectations.
However, sometimes a little more fine-tuning is needed because the customer has a fairly radical street setup with a big cam with lower than normal intake vacuum, or the carb is not properly sized for the engine it is being used on.
There are many misconceptions about how to go about these adjustments, and of course there is no shortage of free advice. So we went to Zach Baker, a technician at QFT that spends much of his time talking customers through the correct tuning procedures, to give us his proven step-by-step carb tuning tips to get the most out of your carburetor’s performance.
Following these step-by-step tuning tips are necessary to make sure that your engine runs at peak performance. Along with these tuning tips, a check of your ignition system, as well as, the mechanical and vacuum advance curves in your distributor is suggested to eliminate any potential timing and ignition problems.