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Holley® has been the undisputed leader in fuel systems for over 100 years. Holley carburetors have powered every NASCAR® Sprint® Cup team and nearly every NHRA® Pro–Stock champion for four decades. Now, Holley EFI is dominating the performance world as well as our products for GM's LS engine. Holley's products also include performance fuel pumps, intake manifolds & engine dress–up products for street performance, race and marine applications. As a single solution, or partnered with products from other Holley companies - Hooker Headers®, Flowtech® Exhaust, NOS® Nitrous, Weiand®, Earl's Performance Plumbing®, or Diablosport® - Holley products can give you the edge you need over the competition.
Holley is quickly becoming The New Standard In EFI! Holley’s HP ECU is standard equipment on the 2013/2014 Chevrolet COPO Camaro and Holley’s EFI throttle body powers every NASCAR Sprint Cup Series™ team. Top racers are making the switch to Holley EFI every day. Racers like Tom Bailey who set three new records and took the overall event win on the 2013 Hot Rod Magazine Drag Week and John Scali who used it to win the 2013 JEGS All Star race. But that’s not all. The world’s best street machine builders and tuners are making the switch to Holley EFI. Builders like Dave Lane who used Holley EFI to power the 2013 Goodguys Hot Rod of the Year and tuners like Steve Morris who use it to build some of the baddest forced induction beasts on the planet. It’s the easiest, most refined, feature-rich system that money can buy. But, don’t take our word for it, see what the best are saying about Holley EFI!
For more than 40 years, ACCEL has been a leader in performance fuel and ignition systems, proving itself on the racetracks and drag strips of the world – and on the street. With an ever-expanding line of SuperCoils and all the spark plug wires, tune-up kits, and fuel injectors hot rodders have trusted and relied on for years, ACCEL is constantly developing innovative new products designed to push power, speed, and performance to match advancements in automotive technology. Now part of Holley Performance, ACCEL offers a comprehensive selection of performance products, including coils, digital fuel injection systems, fuel injectors, distributors, caps, rotors, ignition wires, spark plugs.
Since our doors opened in 1987, our goal has been to create innovative new products that set the standard in the performance aftermarket, delivering the highest level of product integrity, and making advanced technologies accessible to the racing masses. We remain true to this mission today.
AEM was the first aftermarket company to create a standalone engine management system that plugged into a vehicle’s factory wiring harness, which dramatically simplified the conversion to programmable EFI for racers by mitigating the need for a bespoke wiring harness. We pioneered the Wideband Air/Fuel Ratio Controller Gauge, creating the fastest-responding, most accurate wideband on the market and making this technology affordable for all racers and enthusiasts. We saw a need for better data visualization and logging for racers, so we created the CD Carbon Digital Dash line that will communicate with virtually any CAN-based device regardless of manufacturer, providing racers with the ability to see and log every channel on their vehicle, regardless of where the data is coming from.
We don’t rest on our efforts, and we are always looking for ways to provide more horsepower for your dollar. Whether it’s redesigning our wideband technology to make it the fastest responding in the form our patented X-Series Wideband so you can get the best possible tune, developing new injector technology for our Water/Methanol Injection Systems that provides more efficient cooling while using less fluid, or providing software that is free and fully enabled (no hidden fees), with no cost for updates.
We have a deep appreciation for every racer, enthusiast, and distribution partner who chooses to trust our products and always strive to provide an unparalleled customer service experience. We evolve to meet the support needs of our customers and we put our customers first. We will continue to set the standard for service and support in our industry.
B&M® specializes in performance automatic transmissions, torque converters, SFI approved flexplates, legendary automatic shifters, precision manual shifters, and many other transmission products including cast deep aluminum transmission pans, transmission coolers, and automatic transmission fluid.
B&M Performance & Off-Road has been at the vanguard of the growing automotive aftermarket since the early 1950s. Racers themselves, B&M’s founders identified the needs of local performance enthusiasts and developed products to fill those needs. B&M specializes in performance automatic transmissions, torque converters, SFI approved flexplates, legendary automatic shifters, precision manual shifters, automatic shift handles, extended transfer case handles, cast deep aluminum transmission pans, differential covers, transmission coolers, power steering coolers, automatic transmission fluid, and transmission accessories for performance street, truck, Jeep, and off-road applications.
Brawler carburetors are precision machined and hand-assembled by craftsman in the USA. The Brawler family of carburetors include models for your daily driver to your race car. These carburetors work hard just as their name implies- just raw bare knuckled performance that you can rely on. Don’t let the budget-friendly price fool you, the Brawler development focused on the performance you want and not the pretty box that it comes in. Brawlers come with the latest technology in air/fuel calibrations for today’s street or race engine demands. The Brawler family of carburetors are all made from light-weight aluminum components and are available in both vacuum and mechanical secondary models. They offer all the tunability that you would find from more expensive carburetors in the market, including four-corner idle adjustment on all models.
Quality, Service and Value are not new to Classic Instruments. They have been their primary objectives for over 35 years. Even with most of their design work now being done with computers, they still put in all the time, effort, and love essential to designing a long-lasting, high quality product.
"We Build it Better - or we don't build it". Each and every one of Classic instruments gauges is designed, assembled and calibrated with pride and quality in Boyne City, Michigan. Their proudly "Made in the USA" products are designed and built for street rods by street rodders!
They Innovate. They are the first and only manufacturer to combine all-electrical instrumentation and micro-chip technology with the finest quality, accuracy, and vintage styling available at any price. Their unique concepts and trend-setting designs have kept them ahead of the industry for over 37 years.
They're Design Sensitive. With new and original designs to meet the unique needs of the automotive enthusiast, their continuing research and development assures our customers of always having the finest in design, quality, technology, and good looks available to the hot rod customer.
They're Quality Oriented. Each part is designed and assembled to their exacting top of the line specifications and tolerances. Component testing at each stage of the assembly process assures the accuracy and reliability their products are famous for. If they can't build it better than anyone else, then they won't build it.
They're Customer Responsive. If you have purchased Classic Instruments products, you have also purchased the very finest in customer service. Complete step-by-step, easy to follow instructions plus helpful technical assistance is as close as your computer.
The most revealing signs of a carburetor company’s standing are its reputation for innovation, its record of success, and how easy it is to deal with.
When the Demon range of four-barrel modular carburetors first burst onto the scene in the late 1990’s, it acquired a meteoric reputation for innovation. Immediately noticeable was its uniquely attractive appearance with beautifully contoured air entries and shapely fuel bowls. This coupled with its vast array of ground-breaking features set it apart.
Never destined to remain superficial for long, Demon Carburetion is driven by innovation and a desire to maintain lasting relationships with its customers.
DiabloSport is an industry-leading manufacturer of high performance automotive electronics that re-program a vehicle’s factory computer. They are an industry leader in vehicle calibration, which is performed by “flashing” or re-programming vehicles through the OBD-II port (Diagnostics port), focusing on making the maximum power, drivability, and fuel economy gains on late model fuel injected vehicles. Whether gas or diesel powered, their products optimize a vehicle’s performance by programming its factory computer or plugging into its factory engine harness.
Since 2001, DiabloSport offers industry leading performance programmers that stay ahead of the technology curves. Today, they are the only company to offer color touch screen hand-held programmers in all of theirOBD-II flash devices.
Their goal is to continue offering innovative electronics that are loaded with industry leading “tune” files that create better power, economy, and drivability on late model cars and trucks.
Weber är ett förgasarmärke till bensinmotorer, som ursprungligen tillverkades av italienaren Eduardo Weber som del i en ombyggnadsats till 1920 års Fiat. Eduardo Weber var en pionjär under 1930-talet då de byggde de första dubbla förgasarna som avser en förgasarenhet med två separata förgasarhalsar som kan förse var sin cylinder med bränsle/luftblandning. Denna förgasartyp kunde man inledningsvis hitta på Maserati och Alfa Romeos racingbilar.
Med tiden kom Weberförgasarna att monteras original i både standardbilar och i racingsammanhang, till exempel i Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, BMW, Ferrari, Fiat, Ford, Lamborghini, Lancia, Lotus, Maserati, Porsche, Triumph, och Volkswagen.
Weberförgasarna används till standardbilar och i offroad-sammanhang.
Drag racing's biggest stars have relied on Hays since SEMA Hall of Famer Bill Hays decided back in 1958 that there had to be a way to build a clutch that could stand up to racing's unimaginable power and torque. "Big Daddy" Don Garlits, Tom "the Mongoose" McEwen, and countless icons of the sport went to just one place for their clutches -- Hays. Now part of Holley Performance, Hays continues to expand into all forms of driveline products for both automatic and manual transmissions. Hays offers complete clutch kits and torque converters for an infinite number of high-performance applications, pressure plates for precise gear changes, clutch discs for smooth, chatter-free engagement, and flywheels and flexplates ideal for today's vehicles.
Stuart Hilborn invented the fuel injection system and it became the system of choice in racing, beginning with his hot-rod V8 and then the Meyer & Drake Offys. He is still active and, like the others of his generation, is using the computer to design and manufacture his products. One of them is an experimental rotary-valve throttle design to be tested on an IRL/Aurora engined car shortly. This provides a nice introduction to the man, leading on to the thought and reality of continuous change and improvement in racing, by racing people having the competitive instincts of the Racer’s Edge.
Stuart was born in Calgary, Alberta around 1917. The family moved to Pasadena in about 1930 after which they made a number of moves in the Southern California area. In 1935 Stuart graduated from high school and then went on to Los Angeles Junior College. He majored in chemistry but had not yet acquired an interest in cars. In about 1938 he went to work for a large paint company, remaining with them until 1949, while serving three years in U.S. Army Air Force. He formed an idea for delivering fuel to the engine by means of injector nozzles which would spray the fuel, fed by a high-pressure pump, at a constant pressure to a point right above the valve. When the valve opened the fuel would be pushed into the engine by its own pressure. Air would be sucked in if naturally aspirated or pushed in if supercharged to complete the mixture for ignition on the power stroke. This simple device revolutionized automotive fuel systems and is now used on virtually all passenger and racing cars. Stuart continued to refine his injector systems at his factory in Aliso Viejo, California into his 80s.
The Holset Engineering Co. was a British company that produced turbochargers, primarily for diesel and heavy duty applications. In 1973 the company was purchased by Cummins after briefly being owned by the Hanson Trust. Holset now operates facilities in China, India, Brazil, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States. In 2006, the division officially changed its name to Cummins Turbo Technologies to be identified more closely with its parent company. The turbocharger products still use the Holset brand name.
Hurst has been attached to some of America’s most legendary vehicles, such as the the Hurst OLDS/442, the Hemi Under Glass Barracuda, and even the only non-OEM official pace car of NASCAR. Over the years, Hurst has been the OEM shifter supplier for the Pontiac GTO, Plymouth Barracuda, Plymouth Super Bird, Ford Mustang Boss 302, Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 KR, Oldsmobile, AMC and the Dodge SRT-10 pick-up, just to name a few.
Hurst continues to develop industry leading performance products and carry out George’s original vision. Hurst’s latest, the Elite Series line of performance products for modern muscle cars, includes not only their world famous shifters, but also exhaust systems, wheels, springs, floor mats, and graphics. The Elite Series program allows customers to essentially build their own version of a classic Hurst car.
Safety has been Lakewood's number 1 priority from the day legendary Top Fuel racer and chassis builder "Gentleman Joe" Schubeck formed the company just outside Cleveland in Lakewood, Ohio. From those earliest days in the mid-1960s right through today, Lakewood, now part of Holley Performance, has designed and manufactured the finest bellhousings, suspension components, and chassis components available. The same exhaustive research and comprehensive testing that goes into our industry-leading bellhousings is built into every drag shock, traction bar, driveshaft loop, and chassis component we build.
Using his own '57 Chevy as a rolling test bed, drag racer Joe Hrudka launched the most famous gasket company in the world more than half a century ago (started in 1964). Building a name for himself and his company competing at Cleveland-area tracks Norwalk and Dragway 42, Hrudka quickly established Mr. Gasket as the go-to gasket source for racers with a line of head gaskets, exhaust gaskets, oil pan gaskets, and fasteners that sealed perfectly every time and withstood the punishing temperatures and pressures of racing. Now an important part of Holley Performance, Mr. Gasket continues to expand application coverage with more and more new products for race cars and muscle cars alike. Beyond the gaskets that made the Mr. Gasket brand what it is today is an endless variety of high-performance parts, including carburetor and fuel system components, chrome-plated accessories to dress up your engine bay, fuel additives, shifter accessories, cooling-system accessories, specialty tools, and a wide array of heavy-duty suspension and driveline components.
The use of nitrous oxide as a performance enhancement has been used since World War II. Allied aircraft used it for emergency boosts in airspeed and altitude capabilities. By the end of World War II, jet propulsion had been invented and the United States' government was losing interest in piston-powered aircraft. For nearly thirty years, the application of nitrous oxide on vehicles would be privileged information.
Racers dabbled with nitrous oxide injection from time to time with varied results. It wasn't until the late 1970s when two racers perfected its use. The company Nitrous Oxide Systems (NOS) was born. During the first several years, NOS spent most of its resources demonstrating that nitrous oxide was an efficient, safe form of performance enhancement. The effort paid off, as NOS quickly became known for producing easy-to-install kits made from the highest quality material available. Hands on use and tech support were the key to the company's success.
The advent of drag racing's Pro Mod class in the 1980s provided a boost of popularity to NOS. In fact, both the first 200 mph run and the first 6-second run were aided by NOS. Racers and performance enthusiasts at every level took notice of these remarkable feats. It is conceivable to say that nearly every significant performance milestone with nitrous was done with the NOS brand. Race reports show that the NOS brand still powers more racers than all others.
In 2001, the summer blockbuster The Fast and the Furious displayed a subculture to which NOS belongs. Serious performance enthusiasts knew about NOS, but now the world would know of the brand and its potent power potential. NOS was also the first automotive performance product to have a consumable food product to use its name and logo - NOS Energy Drink.
Recent new products such as the Launcher™ and POD (Pressure On Demand) nitrous controllers show why the NOS brand is still #1. Nitrous oxide injection is still the best power per dollar available and NOS is proud to be the pioneering company behind this amazing product that turns bottled nitrogen and oxygen into instant power!
“Innovators in fuel systems” is more than just a by-line. Quick Fuel Technology, since it’s inception in 1998, has grown exponentially culminating into the benchmark by which performance carburetors are measured.
The growth and success of Quick Fuel Technology is attributed to the strength and determination of its staff. All of the innovations you see on this website are the product of a team that is both experienced and involved in motorsports. We continue to develop new products so that we can stay on the forefront of innovation. Over the years, Quick Fuel Technology has made considerable strides to become a stand-alone carburetor manufacturer. This increase in efficiency and capability has allowed us to continuously upgrade our products while keeping the prices low.
In 2005, Quick Fuel Technology introduced its Super Street line of carburetors. This application-specific line catered to the enthusiast that wanted the best carburetor for the money while refusing to compromise street manners. Drawing from our race track experience we employed many features that were normally found on much pricier race carburetors, yet ours is generally half the price!
In 2009, Quick Fuel Technology launched the QFX-Series. This design incorporates significant race engineered main body upgrades. Each carburetor is individually hand-assembled and engine tested. There simply is not a better carburetor for your money.
2010 saw the introduction of two new carburetor series from QFT. The RaceQ is the ultimate small flange drag race carburetor and packed with features that are sure to take your package to the next level. The Hot Rod series carburetor is our answer to the needs of street machines everywhere - from muscle cars to street rods, the HR Series is the most affordable and tunable carburetor on the market today. Keeping true to our motto, we look to the future and constantly seek the next innovation. With our past experience and race-track development we continue our pursuit of horsepower and efficiency.
Quick Time, the undisputed leader in bellhousing technology, was founded by former race car driver Ross McCombs, who racked up more than 50 dirt circle track feature wins. Unable to find a suitable spun bellhousing – not a weaker hydroformed bell like all the others – for his own race car, he eventually started making his own. Soon other racers, seeing him win race after race, wanted one for their cars, and a company was born. Today, Quick Time, part of Holley Performance, is the leading bellhousing manufacturer in the world, with models for more than 4,000 applications, each about half the weight of and considerably stronger than ordinary bellhousings.
Racepak LLC was founded in 1985 by Spencer Eisenbarth and Ron Armstrong, originally as Racepak and its parent company, Competition Systems, Incorporated (CSI). Both men were engineers with strong backgrounds in electrical and mechanical applications, and both had an interest in motor sports. Through an earlier joint effort aimed at obtaining data for the improvement of the Unlimited Hydroplane that Armstrong was piloting at the time, both men realized the need for onboard data acquisition equipment. Their respective backgrounds qualified them to develop such equipment, but the major task that needed to be overcome was in designing and building a data recorder that could survive in the unfriendly world of race vehicles. That challenge became the initial goal that led to the formation of Competition Systems, Inc. The continued success of Racepak has allowed CSI to grow. In the years that have followed Eisenbarth and Armstrong have quietly guided CSI into a strong presence in many forms of motor sports.
More importantly they have reinvested heavily into supporting the quest for information technology, and have positioned the company as a leader in the data acquisition industry. This has expanded their clientele to include industrial applications, OE manufacturers, and testing facilities, as well as a broad spectrum of land, water, and snow-based motor sports. Today the company, and it’s large engineering and manufacturing staff, are housed in a 12,000 square foot building in Rancho Santa Margarita, California, about fifty miles south of Los Angeles. From the single original Racepak data recorder our line has now grown to include a large selection of unique loggers, software, gauges, and ancillary equipment all designed for the sole purpose of gathering data. In 2000, Racepak began the initial design of their first GPS based data system. In 2001 this system soon found its way to various forms of professional motorsports, such as circle track, road racing and offshore power boats. In 2003, the initial G2X design was conceived. A slow and deliberate development program was initiated, accumulating in the current G2X data system.
Racepak LLC continues to follow the same guidelines and desires that have placed us atop the data acquisition industry. Our unwavering goal to produce reliable, efficient, state of the art data recorders, at a price accessible to professionals and sportsmen alike, and back them with whatever service our customers may need, is as strong today as it was in 1984. The dedicated team at Racepak is proud of our accomplishments and the accolades that have come our way, but at the same time we believe that our future is directly linked to our reputation. Consequently, quality equipment and customer service continue to be more than just an advertising slogan at Racepak. Our push toward constant improvement, a lack of satisfaction with the status quo, and the burning desire to achieve the impossible, have made us a perfect match for the customers we serve.
STS Turbo offers a variety of top quality turbochargers that fits your boosted needs and is recognized around the world as having one of the most innovative turbocharging technologies available for dramatically increasing the horsepower of any vehicle.
STS Turbo was the first to design and patent the Remote Mounted Turbocharger in 2003. Multiple design and engineering awards have been given for this innovative design. STS Turbo's remote mounted turbocharger systems have been recognized around the world as the most innovative technology available for dramatically increasing the horsepower of any vehicle. Enthusiasts have won many races and set multiple world records in a wide range of venues with our products. STS Turbo provides high quality remote-mount systems and top quality customer support. We invite you to discover the mind-blowing performance and amazing benefits of remote-mounted turbocharging that make STS Turbo the Smart Choice In Forced Induction!
Superchips of Sanford, Florida is the industry leader in automotive tuning for late model cars, Jeeps and trucks. Founded in England in 1983, Superchips was one of the first companies to specialize in tuning vehicles with computer controlled fuel-injection systems. While Superchips originally focused on serving the British racing community with high-end solutions, the Company eventually began to provide power to performance enthusiasts throughout the world. Now, Superchips sells tens of thousands of hand-held programmers per year from its headquarters in Ogden, Utah. In 2005, Superchips was acquired by MSD Performance. In 2011 Superchips became part of Powerteq LLC, which today owns and manages the Edge Products and Diablosport brands – two of the most popular performance tuning brands in North America. In 2015, Powerteq LLC, along with the other MSD Performance Group brands, was acquired by the Holley Performance Group. The deep line of Holley brands marries tremendous technology with cutting-edge resources and industry roots. The combination of talented personnel at Powerteq and the resources of Holley Performance Group ensure that exciting aftermarket products will launch from Superchips for many years to come.
The Weiand Company was founded by Phil Weiand as a performance parts warehouse in the 1930s and sold a variety of speed parts. The first Weiand product, the "High Weiand" manifold was manufactured and marketed in 1937. It was the first aluminum intake on the market.
In 1949 Weiand introduced a series of "tri-power" and four 2-barrel manifolds and immediately after WWII Weiand debuted a line of aluminum cylinder heads for flathead Ford engines. The famous "Drag Star" line of "log" manifolds for Hemi engines was introduced in 1952 and in 1957 Weiand developed complete blower drives for the GMC 6-71 supercharger. The first dual plane, 180º intake came from Weiand in 1965, known as the "Colt" and in 1968 Weiand introduced the "Hi-Ram Manifold" and its patented D-port technology.
The popular "X-terminator" single plane manifold series was launched in 1972 and high performance aluminum water pumps were made by Weiand the following year. "X-CELerator", a series of performance single plane intakes was developed in 1974. The first models of the famous "Team G" series of 360º racing manifolds were introduced in 1978. A year later Weiand's "Action" series of high performance replacement manifolds debuted.
Weiand became the first OE supplier of superchargers to Mercury Performance Marine in 1990, and over the next three years the "Stealth" series of high performance dual plane manifolds was designed, the "Pro-Street" supercharger was certified "emissions legal" by CARB and Weiand received the industry's first "E.O." for an intake manifold.
Weiand developed the 8-71 supercharger for Small Block and Big Block Chevy in 1996 and Weiand released the first aluminum LS-1 intake manifold in 2002. In 2005 Weiand began designing manifolds on Computational Fluid Dynamics software to deliver perfectly designed runner lengths for maximum air/fuel delivery on its newest intakes known as the Warrior line.
To make more power you have to get more air into your engine. Look to Weiand as your power source!