MaxJet Provides Repeatable Carburetor Tuning - Engine Builder Magazine

MaxJet Provides Repeatable Carburetor Tuning

When it comes down to tuning at the track, carburetor jetting is one of the key components of a successful run. A mixture that’s too rich will have a severe effect on performance, and a lean condition could severely affect the long-term reliability of pistons, valves and other internal engine components.
The MaxJet Precision Fuel Tuning System provides the racer with a finite linear fuel curve and repeatable carburetor tuning that always makes a difference in performance. These jets are produced from virgin brass and precision-machined on a CNC lathe.

Each MaxJet™ is reamed to a precise size, with a tolerance of 0.0004″ held on each jet. MaxJet sizes are easily crossed over from Holley jets and are available for gas and alcohol applications

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