The oval exhaust tip exits out of this opening in the carbon fiber door. This is pretty clean!
An AEM Electronics CDI with individual coils provides the engine with spark.
The intake manifold is not a casting but was constructed using metal 3D printing. It was done by Printed Metals Inc. Are those sidedraft Weber DCOE carbs? Look close!
The car is actually fuel-injected! The “carburetors” are actually Jenvy 48mm Heritage throttle bodies. They sure look like Webers even up close. The injection moves enough air to feel the car’s 225 wheel horsepower and 190 lb/ft of torque. This is about 270 flywheel hp, a ton for a vintage 8 valve motor!
The fuel tank is an ATL fuel cell nested in the tube frame structure.
The fuel cell will have a dry break and a discriminator vent for fast filling. The fuel pump is an AEM Electronics 340 with an Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator.