Ask The Experts: DeatschWerks Welcomes Your Questions

For this next round of Ask The Experts, we bring you into a realm we haven’t covered yet in the series: Fuel Systems. To answer your questions, we have teamed up with David Deatsch – the namesake of DeatschWerks, LLC, a leader in high-performance aftermarket fuel system components. To clear up any confusion, that’s “Deatsch” – pronounced like “beach,” but with a “D”.

Starting off in 2004 with drop-in fitment fuel injectors, today DeatschWerks offers a full lineup of fuel system components, from fuel pumps, filters, and regulators, to fuel rails, A/N fittings and braided lines. In addition to all of the components needed for a traditional carbureted or fuel-injected fuel system, DeatschWerks also offers components for direct-injection fuel systems, as well as innovative non-traditional parts, like surge tanks to keep your fuel pump fed in high-G situations.

Known for their fuel pumps, injectors, and regulators, DeatschWerks now has their own line of fuel fittings, fuel line, and surge tanks, for applications ranging from stock-replacement to full-on pro-level competition.

DeatschWerks is active in a wide variety of motorsports and high-performance venues, including domestic and import drag racing, drifting, and dual purpose street/strip events, and has products from mild improvements over OEM performance, to all-out power monsters. We’ve personally been present at a dyno where DeatschWerks 2,200 cc/min injectors made almost 1,800 horsepower.

So, warm up your keyboards and get your fuel system-related questions typed up and sent over to [email protected]. The submission period for your questions will last a month, closing Friday, August 9, 2019. Answering your questions will be none-other than Mr. Deatsch himself. So once we compile your questions and get them answered, we’ll post them up here, just like we have in the past.

David Deatsch, founder and namesake of DeatschWerks, will be answering your fuel system questions. Whether they are about line sizing, system capacity, system configuration, or general performance questions, we’ll get you answers.

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Greg Acosta

Greg has spent fifteen years and counting in automotive publishing, with most of his work having a very technical focus. Always interested in how things work, he enjoys sharing his passion for automotive technology with the reader.
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