There’s nothing like the look and feel from a Holley double-pumper carburetor. However, just like other mechanical parts, a carb needs periodic rebuilding to keep it metering efficiently. We show you some tips and give the step by step details on how to rebuild one for your mill.

Picture 1

The old adage of “it a little bit is good, then a lot is better” does not work well with accelerator pumps. Here’s a quick video from Holley on how to properly select and tune your Holley carburetor’s accelerator pump.


Assembling a race car’s fuel system can be one enormous confusing headache, but it doesn’t need to be. The hoses and fittings that you use in your vehicle are important because they supply its lifeblood, carrying all of the vital fluids from one place to another, and choosing the right plumbing components seem like a daunting task. The reality is, you can pick the right components the first time around, and in this video we are going to show you some tips on how to choose the proper hoses and fittings for your application with the help from the experts at Russell Performance.


Last year we bought a Street Stock Dirt Track race car (now named Madd Maxx) to take a shot at running it in the dirt. The old bomber was a former Track Champion car at Route 66 Raceway, now known as Victorville Auto Raceway. With a rookie circle track driver and a young inexperienced crew, the car debuted at the next to last points race in 2008 and did surprisingly well.

OneDirt Newsletter Signup