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Good-Guys Car Show West Coast

The Good-Guys Pleasanton Car show was a hit. The collections of custom hot rods was second to none. The creativity in custom paint, interiors, and engines is marvelous. The older hot rods brought back memories of our youth. A 65 Chevy that was on display brought back memories of my old hot rod of the […]

Pulsing the Fuel Curve

Outlaw ProMod drag racing setups with mechanical fuel injection are hitting over 4,000 horsepower. The oversize PSI screw blowers at high overdrive ratios are common. These are not legal in most national drag racing classes. But in eighth mile outlaw racing, they are common. Horsepower levels in the 3,000’s are typical on the launch with […]

Greg Means Racing wins Nost Elim drags

Congradulations to the Greg Means racing team for winning the Nostalgia Eliminator I drag racing class at the Sacramento Funny Car fever race. Greg’s setup lasted to a final round win. Not too long ago, Greg took his team to a high altitude drag race track, adjusted for the altitude, and ran his number right […]

Fuel Injection Evolution

Mechanical fuel injection is holding its own against EFI and racing carbs in racing. It is simple, lower cost in many applications, and good for fuel pressure increases for more response & power. One recent application tested racing carbs, EFI, and mechanical fuel injection all on the same racing engine. Another recent application tested mechanical […]

Kind words from Jim Kinsler

When we released our latest book, High Horsepower Tuning for Mechanical Fuel Injection, we received a very kind letter from Jim Kinsler of Kinsler Fuel Injection: To: Bob Szabo I have enjoyed reading through your “High Horsepower Tuning for Mechanical Fuel Injection”. Very nicely done! Bob, it is nice to see how thoroughly you do […]

Testimonials

Recently we’ve gotten some positive feedback we wanted to share: “Thank You for the prompt reply and formulas you provided, now onward…….. Just want to tell you how much your books helped me in the tuning area. The reading was technical but interesting and informative. I found myself reading each chapter twice before moving on […]