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Motordyne M370 Intake Manifold TM Nissan 370Z 09-14

MOTORDYNE M370 TM Intake Manifold. This manifold is designed to increase the all ready powerful 370z motor and push it past stock power. A bolt on manifold modification for 10-14 HP more upper midrange power and torque. Features: 10-14 HP. Bolt On. Patent Pending. 2 year warranty. Fitment: Nissan, 370Z,

Weber DCOE Sidedraught Carburettors – 40 DCOE

These legendary DCOE and DCO/SP sidedraught carburettors from Weber have been used on competition engines for over 50 years on everything from clubman to F1 as well as being original equipment on many performance and supercars. Weber DCOE & DCO/SP carburettors are supplied with a standard set of jets and chokes which may need to be changed to suit your

Weber DCOE Sidedraught Carburettors – 48 DCO/SP

These legendary DCOE and DCO/SP sidedraught carburettors from Weber have been used on competition engines for over 50 years on everything from clubman to F1 as well as being original equipment on many performance and supercars. Weber DCOE & DCO/SP carburettors are supplied with a standard set of jets and chokes which may need to be changed to suit your

Weber DCOE Sidedraught Carburettors – 50 DCO/SP With TPS Provision

These legendary DCOE and DCO/SP sidedraught carburettors from Weber have been used on competition engines for over 50 years on everything from clubman to F1 as well as being original equipment on many performance and supercars. Weber DCOE & DCO/SP carburettors are supplied with a standard set of jets and chokes which may need to be changed to suit your

Sytec Carburettor Service Kits – Weber DCOE 45 (Single) 200 n/v

Fse Carburettor Service Kits For Weber DCOE 40/45 DGAV/DGV/DGAS, Dellorto DHLA 40/45/48 or DRLA 40/45/48 All the service kits come with new springs, gaskets and seals where

Goodridge Carburettor Banjo Hose End Fitting – Single Hose End

Cutter style re usable alloy hose end fittings designed to connect Goodridge -6 Size 200 & 210 series fuel hose to Weber and Dellorto carburettors. Constructed to aerospace standard with a triple seal, double o ring nitrile cutter design to ensure a secure, leak free connection every time. Banjo bolts and sealing washers are supplied

Goodridge Carburettor Banjo Hose End Fitting – Single Hose End To -6 JIC

Cutter style re usable alloy hose end fittings designed to connect Goodridge -6 Size 200 & 210 series fuel hose to Weber and Dellorto carburettors. Constructed to aerospace standard with a triple seal, double o ring nitrile cutter design to ensure a secure, leak free connection every time. Banjo bolts and sealing washers are supplied

Goodridge Carburettor Banjo Hose End Fitting – Twin Hose Ends

Cutter style re usable alloy hose end fittings designed to connect Goodridge -6 Size 200 & 210 series fuel hose to Weber and Dellorto carburettors. Constructed to aerospace standard with a triple seal, double o ring nitrile cutter design to ensure a secure, leak free connection every time. Banjo bolts and sealing washers are supplied

FSE Super Flow Chokes For Weber Sidedraught Carburettors – Weber 45 DCOE 38mm

Having the correct choke size in your carburettors is paramount to getting the best performance from your engine. These super flow chokes are available in a wide range of sizes to suit Weber DCOE and DCO-SP carburettor types. Sold

FSE Super Flow Chokes For Weber Sidedraught Carburettors – Weber 48-50 DCO-SP 38mm

Having the correct choke size in your carburettors is paramount to getting the best performance from your engine. These super flow chokes are available in a wide range of sizes to suit Weber DCOE and DCO-SP carburettor types. Sold

FSE Weber DCOE Emulsion Tubes – F11

Replacement emulsion tubes to suit Weber 40 and 45 DCOE sidedraught carburettors Sold

FSE Weber DCOE Emulsion Tubes – F2

Replacement emulsion tubes to suit Weber 40 and 45 DCOE sidedraught carburettors Sold

FSE Weber DCOE Emulsion Tubes – F9

Replacement emulsion tubes to suit Weber 40 and 45 DCOE sidedraught carburettors Sold

Goodridge Weber Banjo Bolt Sealing Washer

Sealing washers to fit the Goodridge Weber DCOE banjo bolt. Sold

Skunk2 Evo VIII-IX Pro Series Intake Manifold

The intake manifold solution street-driven Evo VIII-IX owners have been waiting for is here. Skunk2’s Evo Pro Series Intake Manifold was designed with “street enthusiasts” who utilize turbochargers as small as the factory unit in mind and want more power without sacrificing mid-range performance. Skunk2’s all-new, cast-aluminum Evo Pro Series Intake

Webcon Retroject EFI Conversion For 32/36 DGV / 38 DGAS Carburettors

Retroject is a cost effective and relatively easy way to convert the carburettor fed engine, in your retro / classic car, to electronic fuel injection (EFI) making it more fuel efficient, more reliable and could even release more power. Retroject is a compact dual throttle body with twin injectors, fuel pressure regulator, air temp sensor, linkage and

Sytec Throttle Cable Adjuster And Nuts

Cable adjuster and nuts to suit Weber twin DCOE throttle linkage kit (STLK100 – billet version). May also suit many other

LMA Bulkhead Cable Adjuster

Ideal for use with universal throttle cables this bulkhead adjuster comes complete with adjuster nut and lock nut. M6

Goodridge Weber DCOE Carburettor Banjo Bolt

Anodised alloy banjo bolt to fit Weber DCOE carburettors for use with goodridge banjo fittings. Sealing washers are available separately, see

Goodridge Dellorto DHLA Carburettor Banjo Bolt

Anodised alloy banjo bolt to fit Dellorto DHLA carburettors for use with Goodridge banjo fittings. Sealing washers are available separately, see

The Knowledge

THE KNOWLEDGE

Carburettors

Essentially a mechanical air valve, the carburettor component regulates the ratio of air to fuel and delivers the optimal mix to the internal combustion chambers. The piston down stroke creates an intake vacuum which draws fuel and air into the combustion chamber. Positioning of butterfly valves dictates the ratio and controls the RPM.Supplying an incorrect ratio will cause the engine to run either rich (too much fuel) or lean (too much air) – both scenarios are bad, but the latter is considerably more likely to cause costly permanent damage. Engine efficiency and power delivery will suffer if running suboptimal, rich or lean.During the 1980s technology advancements saw a shift away from mechanical carburettors to fuel injection systems. These can be either direct where fuel is delivered to the combustion chamber, or indirect where fuel is combined with air prior to the intake stroke.Fuel injection is overwhelmingly more suited to road use, however for track use mechanical components that do not exert a drain on the engine can be favoured.