Quick Fuel Technology Launches New “Slayer Series” 600 & 750cfm Street Carbs

The Slayer’s incredible value, is made possible by QFT’s new CNC machining centers and the unique design that utilizes a secondary metering plate with changeable jets, eliminating the costly secondary metering block unneeded for most street/strip cars. The majority of fine tuning on a street carburetor is done on the primary side, and the Slayer provides all of the popular options: changeable idle air and high-speed air bleeds, 3-stage emulsion circuits, changeable primary idle feed restrictions and power valve restrictions. A real welcomed feature is the QFT QuickSet adjustment on the vacuum secondary diaphragm that provides a quick external twist adjustment without changing springs. Secondary metering can be altered with changeable main jets and the secondary float is also notched for jet extensions.

Additional features are a fully adjustable electric choke, and a show winning polished finish that will improve any engine compartment. The Slayer 600cfm (part # SL-600-VS) has a 1 9/16” throttle bore and 1.312” venturi, and the Slayer 750cfm (part # SL-750-VS) features a 1 11/16” throttle bore and a 1.375” venturi.

For more information please contact Quick Fuel Technology, 129 Dishman Lane, Bowling Green, KY 42101. Phone (270) 793-0900. Fax (270) 793-0951. Email: quickfuel@earthlink.net or visit them at www.quickfueltechnology.com.

New GT-K Turbochargers with Forged Billet Compressor Wheels from Turbonetics

A further development over the HP compressor wheels, the HPC compressor wheels provide even greater efficiency and airflow. To withstand the extreme pressures, HPC compressor wheels are machined from forged blanks instead of standard bar stock. Wheels machined from forged blanks have stronger blades and wheel hubs, allowing maximum airflow while minimizing rotating mass. 

In addition to Turbonetics HPC forged billet compressor wheels, the newly developed GT-K 600, 700, 750, 850, and 1050 turbochargers feature brushed satin finish on the compressor housing and black ceramic coated turbine housing for the distinguished look. The brushed satin finish is an extremely durable finish that is scratch and chip resistant. The black ceramic coating on the turbine housing further differentiates the Billet GT-K series from the lineup.

As with previous GT-K turbochargers, the patented ceramic ball bearing center housing rotating assembly (CHRA) is standard on all GT-K turbochargers. Turbonetics ceramic ball bearing design offers 50 times greater thrust capacity and is more resilient under high temperature shut-downs than conventional journal bearing design. The patented “angular-contact” design offers extreme strength because it is used as the thrust-loading surface. This exclusive technology allows ultra fast transient response and extremely quick spooling of the turbocharger. With Turbonetics GT-K turbochargers, you will build boost faster at the line and reach targeted boost pressure sooner in the RPM band.

For more information, please contact Turbonetics at (805) 581-0333 or visit www.TurboneticsInc.com.