Boost referencing the blow-through carburetor (4150-style) and fuel pressure regulator

By V. Moore: Conventional carburetors operate at prevailing barometric pressures, from oxygen-rich sea level to oxygen-lean Denver, a mile high in Colorado. Blow-through carburetors, which work in conjunction with centrifugal superchargers and turbochargers, operate with boosted pressure. It’s a contrasting concept that accelerates the induction process. It impels higher velocity fuel flow through the main … Continue reading Boost referencing the blow-through carburetor (4150-style) and fuel pressure regulator