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Get’M Garage Launches New Carburetion Products

Veteran product specialists Mike Laws and Trevor Wiggins teamed up to create innovative carburetion solutions designed to rewrite the books on high performance engine fuel delivery.

Mike Laws and Trevor Wiggins have announced their new business venture – GET’M Garage. Focused on meeting the needs of today’s racers, GET’M Garage will supply carburetors, carburetor kits and specialty parts to carburetor modifiers and engine builders in the specialized racing industry.

“It is my honor and a dream come true to partner with Trevor,” remarks Mike. “His passion for the racers and the racing industry is infectious and will present the perfect opportunity for us to succeed. I can’t wait for us to go get’m!”

Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, plans call for the partners to open their all new shop in the coming weeks. Key to the long-range success of the new endeavor will be the bringing together an “A Team” of experienced technicians to ensure that the products they design and build are of the utmost quality and fill the need of the high-end performance enthusiast and racer.

“Mike and I look forward to racers being as much a part of GET’M Garage as we are,” adds Trevor. “We think you will be happy to see some of the industry’s top-notch enthusiasts join the GET’M Garage family.”

GET’M Garage’s initial line-up of “Made in the USA” products include:

  • The Twin Blade Carburetor Series – a revolutionary, patented line of carburetors, with the ability to flow from 650 CFM to more than 1600 CFM – more than any other 4150-style carburetor on the market. Its unique “Twin Blades” provides optimal flow and signal, while its small size and light weight design (seven pounds lighter than most 4150-style carburetors) result in huge increases in power output.
  • The Titan Metering Block Series – GET’M Garage’s innovative metering block – a never-before-seen design featuring a high flow, low resistance emulsion system, multi-adjustable air and fuel feeds, main well and cross channel sizes from 0.120 inches to over 0.300 inches. In addition, the “Titan” is available in two or three circuit mode for optimal tuning and compatible with stock gaskets, bolts, etc. These “break through” blocks are a professional carburetor builder’s dream.
  • Carburetor Parts & Fuel System Components – Billet machined main bodies, throttle plates, throttle bodies, various racing carburetor parts and EFI throttle bodies will be readily available.
  • Piston Cooling System – an ideal component for all race engines – particularly those using crankcase vacuum, nitrous, turbos, superchargers, Pro chargers, etc. Even progressive naturally aspirated drag, oval and sprint car engine builders find power and added reliability with the GET’M Garage Piston Cooling System.

Be sure to stop by the GET’M Garage booth (#9408), located in the Green Hall, at the upcoming PRI Show December 7-9, 2017 in Indianapolis, IN. The booth is not far from the PRI Simulator Challenge.

For more information: www.GETMGarage.com

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