Stroke 1: Suck. First in a Four-Part Series – Quicksilver Q Crew
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Stroke 1: Suck. First in a Four-Part Series

OK, technically the first stroke of a four stroke engine is called “intake,” but you know what we mean.  There are many ways to get air and fuel into the combustion chamber – we’ve picked out a few examples of intake systems that look as beautiful as they perform.  

Who wouldn’t want to see something this beautiful when they open the hood, engine bay, cowl, or bonnet (depending on your favorite vehicle)? The QCrew knows that the insides of their induction systems are beautiful because they take great care of their fuel. Here is some inspiration and encouragement to make the outsides gorgeous, too.

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By the way, many of these intakes and carbs are the work of our friend Jim Inglese.  If you are working on a restoration or custom installation we highly recommend to check with Jim for his expertise and fantastic products and services at http://jiminglese.com/

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