Category: Fuel System

COBB Flex Fuel Kit

Who is COBB?  COBB Tuning is an automotive engineering company based out of Rockwall, TX. Founded in 199, they are dedicated to developing solutions that improve vehicles performance and driving experience. COBB makes this possible by taking the entire vehicle-platform into account as a complete system.  COBB Tuning offers a variety of products to enhance your


A commonly discussed thing in the automotive industry is flex fuel.  There is a lot to understand when making the conversion, or purchasing a flex fuel vehicle. With many benefits, and some disadvantages we’ve got the full run down on Flex Fuel for you. What Is Flex Fuel? Fist and foremost, what is flex fuel?

Fuel Pressure Regulator

What is a Fuel Pressure Regulator? As the name implies, a fuel pressure regulator (FPR) is responsible for regulating the pressure of fuel flowing through your vehicles system. It is used to maintain a steady fuel supply, even during dramatic changes in fuel demand. Different engine operating conditions will require different amounts of fuel, such

Performance Fuel Pump

When you’re looking to make more horsepower, we know we need more air and fuel into our engine. That can be accomplished many ways such as upgrading your fuel injectors, exhaust system, air intake system, and big carburetors.  The list goes on, but none of those parts can do their job unless they’re supplied with

BD Diesel Fuel Injector

Who is BD Diesel? Since 1989, BD Diesel has focused on diesel powertrain components. Over the decades they have engineered excellence through their innovative products and commitment to quality and performance. Their mission is to deliver value to every performance enthusiast. With products available for many vehicle models such as Dodge, Ford, Mercedes, Jeep, and Chevy/GM. Looking

Fuel Injectors

What is a fuel injector? Fuel injectors are electronically controlled mechanical devices. Controlled by your ECU (Engine Control Unit), they are responsible for spraying (injecting) the right amount of fuel into your engine. Not only do they need to deliver the right amount of fuel, it must be dispersed at the right angle, pressure and