For many years it has been my belief that the currently produced power jets that are being used on methanol carb conversions has served to do little more than act as a coolant injector.
Let me explain. If you look at a power jet in action, first thing you notice is that the fuel is being delivered like a stream of water into the intake. As we all know, a wet stream of fuel that has very little atomization to it will have a poor effect on performance. Also, on the smaller motors (ie: 350 Banshee/250R) that have a much smaller intake signal than a 510 Banshee or 370R Honda, the standard power jet take a large amount of RPM to get them to pick up the fuel and deliver it to the motor.
This is not the case with the Super Jet. First off, the Super Jet will deliver twice the CCM of fuel at HALF the CFM all the way to its full potential. But the power comes from the fact that this jet atomizes the fuel like and injector. With its twin nozzle design and the shape of the divider bar, the fuelis sent out more like a mist and less like a stream. The adjustment screw is lapped into its seat so that when you turn it off, it is off. Also, the adjustment screw is internally o-ringed to ensure vacuum leak free performance.
In our track testing we have seen significant gains of .200 by switching to the Super Jet.
Example: 510 Banshee on methanol running 3.98 before and 3.78 with a 3.78 back- up, after just switching to the Super Jets. No other carb or motor modifications.
I have been testing this design since early September, 2004 and have finally found the means to manufacture them in a timely manner, and at a price every one can afford.
If you are looking for a power jet for your carburetor, then Look No Further, a DMR Super Jet is the one you need.
Super Jets come flow tested with:
* A 5" peice of methanol self fuel line.
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