Who is the owner of FuelTech?
“I want to give a really special thanks to Founder of FuelTech, Anderson Dick. He has always supported me in pursuing my driving career.
Where is FuelTech?
FuelTech is located in Ball Ground, Georgia, United States .
What does FuelTech Inc do?
Fuel Tech is a leading technology company engaged in the worldwide development, commercialization and application of state-of-the-art proprietary technologies for air pollution control, process optimization, combustion efficiency, and advanced engineering services.
What does FuelTech do?
FuelTech is an international company specialized in developing and manufacturing state of the art performance engine management systems. The company’s elite staff, always keeping a grip on the forefront of technology available, guarantees top notch quality and constant innovation.
Does FuelTech work with carburetors?
A FuelTech ECU can be installed on a carbureted engine with a distributor, crank trigger or a coil on plug setup. On a carbureted engine the FuelTech ECU can be used to control functions other than fuel delivery such as timing control, datalogging, boost control, nitrous control, and drag racing traction control.
Do carbureted engines have a ECU?
On a carbureted engine the FuelTech ECU can be used to control functions other than fuel delivery such as timing control, datalogging, boost control, nitrous control, and drag racing traction control.
Do carburetor cars have ECU?
Any fuel-injected car uses a computer ( ECU ) to control the injectors and usually the ignition. Before 1985 most vehicles used carburetors and DID NOT HAVE ANY ECUS!!..
Does a carburetor make more power than fuel injection?
Warren Johnson: Properly tuned, carburetors make more peak power than EFI in a Pro Stock engine. A carb’s pressure differential atomizes the gas a lot better than spraying fuel through an orifice.
Can an LS engine be carbureted?
Converting an LS engine to a carburetor is actually pretty easy. Unbolt the factory intake, bolt on an intake like this Edelbrock Performer RPM and a Holley 3310 vacuum secondary carburetor and you’re halfway there. This will also require ignition control. Carburetors are the epitome of cheap and easy.
What was the last car made with a carburetor?
In the U.S. market, the last cars using carburetors were: 1990 (General public) : Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser, Buick Estate Wagon, Cadillac Brougham, Honda Prelude (Base Model), Subaru Justy. 1991 (Police) : Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor with the 5.8 L (351 cu in) V8 engine.
Do carburetors produce more power?
Why are carburetors not used anymore?
Most car manufacturers stopped using carburetors in the late 1980’s because newer technology was coming out, such as the fuel injector, that proved to be more efficient. There were only a few cars that continued to have carburetors, such as the Subaru Justy, until about the early 1990’s.
Which fuel delivery system is best?
Carburettor equipped vehicles have been around for ages. Its simple framework means a carb is easier and more cost effective to manufacture and maintain. Hence, it has been the ideal fuel delivery system for engines since the late 1800s.
Can you run an LS engine without a computer?
These engines rely on electronic control units to operate the fuel injection and ignition systems and they won’t run without them.
Can you put a distributor in a LS engine?
Enjoy the performance and durability of the GM LS series engine with the simplicity and tune-ability of a distributor and carburetor. With the conversion kit, LS engines are now able to utilize a standard distributor ignition system and a carburetor with a belt-driven or electric fuel pump.
When did they quit putting ashtrays in cars?
That’s because automakers started to silently phase them out sometime in the mid 90’s. By the 2000’s, most cars only offered them as optional features. Today, many cars don’t even do that.
Why did they stop putting lighters in cars?
Ashtrays & Cigarette Lighters
Many cars even featured an ashtray in the back passenger compartment. However, tighter regulations and an increased awareness of the dangers of smoking have resulted in many car manufacturers no longer including ashtrays and cigarette lighters in cars.
What is the best carburetor brand?
Out of 13 brands of carburetors, enthusiasts elected Advanced Engine Design (AED), Edelbrock, and Holley (in alphabetical order) as the top 3 most reliable brands of carburetors.
What’s better 2 barrel or 4 barrel carb?
I know to most of you this sounds crazy but it’s the honest to God’s truth that 2 barrel carbs are actually bigger (in most cases) than 4 barrel carbs, which also means that 2 barrel carbs are more sluggish and get LESS gas mileage than 4 barrel carbs do, and here’s why: Most 2 barrel carbs are around 350 cfm.
What has replaced the carburetor?
The first electronic fuel injection systems, using a throttle-body injector, simply replaced the carburetor. Port fuel injection placed individual fuel injectors closer to each intake valve, which powers the majority of modern automobiles.
What was the last car to have a carburetor?
What are the 2 types of fuel systems?
Two types of fuel pumps are used in automobiles; mechanical and electric. As engines moved away from carburettors and towards fuel injection, mechanical fuel pumps were replaced with electric fuel pumps, because fuel injection systems operate more efficiently at higher fuel pressures than mechanical pumps can generate.
What are the 3 types of injectors?
Your vehicle can be equipped with one of the three most common injection systems on the market. GDI (Direct injection), SDI (Semi-direct injection) or TBI (Throttle body injection).
What are the easiest cars to LS swap?
Choose a vehicle for your LS swap that has been done before and has parts commercially available. I’d recommend choosing a GM truck or SUV (particularly square body or OBS body style,) a GM G-body, GM muscle car (Camaro/Firebird/Chevelle, etc,) a Fox body, SN95 or New Edge Mustang.
What is so special about LS engines?
The main reason that they’re such a compact V8 engine is because of their “old-school” pushrod design, as well as all of the modern designs they used when designing the engine block. The push-rod design that they continue to use is unlike almost all modern engines that have overhead cams.