Some proponents of electronic fuel injection tend to look upon carburetors as "dinosaurs."
From a technology perspective, they may be. But when you consider some of their cost-effective features and the range of contemporary refinements available, today's "carburetors" are a far cry from versions introduced decades ago.
It's all about efficient mixing and proper delivery of combustion-efficient air/fuel blends. The gap that has traditionally existed between fuel injection and carburetors appears to be narrowing. Find out why in this Performance Professor Lecture.
Interview: Barry Grant - President, Barry Grant, Inc.
Lectures now available at Martel Brothers Performance