Carbureted & EFI For Increasing Performance
High-Performance EFI Auto Repair in St. Louis
The expert mechanics at Leach Service know switching to fuel injection often improves the fuel efficiency and performance of older carbureted engines. In newer cars, replacing a single fuel injector with a multi-port fuel injector creates an intense, even flow of fuel on each cylinder when your engine needs it most. Feed your engine the fuel it needs with fuel pumps, fuel filters, superchargers, and turbochargers. Break out of gasoline only feed engines by adding a nitrous kit or cooling methanol injection kit.
To ensure the correct air to fuel ratio, Leach Service can add a new stock-height replacement intake manifold, cold air intake, and fuel rails. Never run rich or lean with a hood scoop, high-performance air filter, and new O2 sensor. Call Leach Service and talk to us about increasing your car's performance. When you want performance you need the auto repair experts at Leach Service located at 814 South Lindbergh Blvd.
If you're ready to take your car or truck's fuel injection to the next level, Leach Service is ready with injectors, manifolds, fuel rails, sensors, and complete performance EFI conversion kits. From BMW to Audi to Corvette, Leach Service has you covered.
Tuning Old School Carburetors For True Muscle
Your muscle car may be starving for air! Bring it to Leach Service and find out. Because of operating losses in the intake runner and cylinder with newer unleaded fuels that do not fully vaporize in the combustion chamber, cars tuned to the manufacturer's specifications can run lean. Leach Service can diagnose if you are actually running leaner than the manufacturer suggested ratio of 14.7:1 air to fuel mixture. Bring your classic car to Leach Service at 814 South Lindbergh Blvd to tune the perfect air to fuel mixture and correct ignition spark for maximum power.
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