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Quick Fuel Technology Introduces New Quick Cool Carburetor Insulator Kits

Many carburetor problems can be traced to elevated fuel temperatures in the carburetor. Vapor lock, erratic idle and unresponsiveness to adjustments are just a few of the typical issues. That’s why Quick Fuel Technology® (QFT) developed its Black Diamond™ heat resistant coatings for its carburetors and manifolds. For those without coatings, QFT’s new Quick Cool carb insulator kits (Part # 300-4013) reduce heat transfer to the carburetor by both deflecting heat away from the carb main body and fuel bowl area plus reducing heat transfer from the manifold flange to the carb base.

QFT’s Quick Cool Insulator Kits are a thin aluminum and poly-core sandwich that fits between the carburetor and manifold. It is designed for 4150-style carb flanges and fits Holley®, QFT™ and Street Demon carbs. The bottom layer of aluminum deflects some of the heat around the insulator. The poly-core reduces the heat transfer and the top layer is designed to dissipate any heat that might get through.

The kit comes complete with the poly-core sandwich insulator, non-stick open flange gaskets, carb studs and hardware. For more information on QFT’s race-winning carburetors and fuel system components, please contact Quick Fuel Technology, 129 Dishman Lane, Bowling Green, KY 42101. Phone (270) 793-0900. Fax (270) 793-0951. Visit us at

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