Archive for the ‘Parts and Gear’ Category

Pump up the Volume, Fuel Volume That Is

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

FAA Parts Standards Are a New Reality!

The effect of a fuel pump failing on a race car creates little more than depression over a lost race. OK, so maybe it’s really depressing, but as disheartening as that might be the affect of a failed pump on aircraft usually results in a fall from the sky. This is where Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations play an important role in not only the fuel pumps Weldon produces for aircraft, but also for the auto and marine racing industry. (more…)

Embrace the New Age of Fuel Management! Part 1

Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

EFI Alphabet Soup

Electronic fuel injection often seems more complicated than it is because of the myriad acronyms used to reference the sensors and controllers included in most systems. (more…)

Carburetor Class

Monday, June 13th, 2011

Rebuilding Tips and Things to Watch For

We here at Quick Fuel Technology think it’s safe to say most gearheads have had carburetor troubles at some point in their life. The questions are: Am I experienced enough to isolate the problem and fix it? Do I give up and purchase a different carburetor? Do I completely rebuild the carburetor in hopes of experiencing an increase in performance? All of these are viable options to a problem, and there are many opinions on the best way to alleviate carburetor problems. Keep in mind, in many cases a carburetor just needs to be freshened up. (more…)