Jim Inglese Weber Carburetion released the new "staged" dual Weber DCOE sidedraft setup. The system allows you to cruise around on two small barrels until you call in the second carburetor via progressive linkage. The primary two-barrel carburetor is calibrated for cruising at light throttle. The secondary two-barrel looks identical, but is fitted with larger venturis and jetting for extra kick. It fits any standard Holley four-barrel pattern. Available options include two types of air cleaners, and decorative red velocity stack covers for car shows. The price for the outfit is $1,599, shipped fully assembled and "ready to run". Included, but not pictured, are a fuel pressure regulator, fuel pressure gauge, and new base gasket.
Jim Inglese Weber Carburetion
Viva La Radio!
Your car is only original once-that is important to remember when you're thinking about either "converting" your collectible vehicle's radio or cutting up its dash just to listen to music using modern portable formats. Conversions are costly and many aftermarket radios are of poor quality. Both options destroy originality. Fortunately, options opened up with the invention of the RediRad AM band radio adapter; a less expensive, noninvasive and completely universal method of enjoying music through your original radio and speakers.
The all-new RediRad-FM is fully compatible with either mechanically tuned (analog) or quartz/PLL tuned (digital) radios. As the name implies, RediRad-FM operates on the FM band and provides rich, stereophonic playback. Because the signal is conducted directly into the radio and not wirelessly transmitted, the RediRad-FM seamlessly routes music from your portable media player into your car's existing radio tuner without broadcast radio station interference. The RediRad-FM installs easily; there is no confusing wiring and no need to cut or drill holes. Unlike other direct-connected modulators, RediRad-FM automatically toggles between broadcast and portable music player modes, eliminating a separate on/off switch. It also saves hundreds of dollars over replacing an aftermarket stereo system that lacks the increasingly popular AUXiliary input jack. RediRad-FM combines the latest in electronic design technology with high-quality interconnect cables to provide unbeatable performance, reliability and durability at a popular price.
Brew City Engineering