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Tuesday Tech Question presented by Evans Coolant



When I went to run the Friday Night Test & Tune at my local NHRA track the tech official said I needed to have a return spring on my carburetor.  I have one on my gas pedal in the driver’s compartment.  Do I still need one under the hood?




Yes you do.  Per the 2019 NHRA Rulebook section 21 page 10 it reads “Regardless of class, each car must have a foot throttle incorporating a positive-acting return spring attached directly to the carburetor/injector throttle arm.”