Serious drag racing demand a serious drag racing carburetor, and the QFX-Series stands as the flagship model in QFT's lineup. Raised air horns improve entry angle into the venturi while ensuring undisrupted flow over the air bleeds. Annular boosters with CNC-machined billet aluminum inserts provide increased air flow, a stronger signal, and less turbulence. QFX carbs offer unparalleled fuel atomization with annular boosters specific for either gas, methanol, or E85 fuels. Five-emulsion billet metering blocks and four-corner idle circuits offer flexible tunability that today's high-horsepower engines demand. To cover a broad range of applications, methanol- and E85-compatible models, as well as two- and three-circuit fuel systems, are available. Ready to run out of the box, the QFX-Series carburetor will help you get to the winner's circle.
•QFX aluminum main body w/raised venturi
•Billet aluminum metering blocks with screw in restrictions
•Aluminum fuel bowls with dual sight windows and fuel inlets
•Nitrophyl® Floats (notched rear) and jet extensions
•Viton .130" Needles and Seats
•Billet Aluminum annular booster inserts
•QuickLink™ adjustable secondary opening adjustment
•Hand assembled and engine tested
High Speed Air Bleed
Idle Air Bleed Size
Intermediate Air Bleed
Primary Main Jet
Primary Power Valve
Primary Pump Nozzle Size
Secondary Main Jet
This part is legal for use on Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles or Racing Vehicles.
The following vehicles are considered Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles:
1965 and older U.S. manufactured California Certified vehicles
1967 and older U.S. manufactured Federally Certified vehicles
1967 and older Foreign manufactured vehicle
Racing Vehicles are vehicles that are used exclusively for racing or other forms of competition that are not registered and that may never be used on the street.
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