Rex Hall

Rex Hall – 500cc Hydro APBA US National Championship  500cc – 5 time winner US National Championship 700cc – US National Championship 1100cc – US National Championship “We run two Dial-A-Jets per carburetor.  Without them, we simply couldn’t make the necessary power to win National Championships!” – Rex Hall Driver, Doug Hall has won APBA[…]View Full Article

Posted on

Rick Clutts

Rick Clutts 2007 AMRA # 1 Pro/Mod plate Best 1/8 mile with the Dial-A-Jet of 5.42 @ 129.8 mph Motor = S&S 112.7 c.i. I use Dial-A-Jets on my championship Harley’s, but what I really like is how they make my personal street bikes run.  The roll on power is awesome and fuel mileage actually[…]View Full Article

Posted on

TPI Adjustable Air Valves

With the stock foam placed on top of the airbox, nobody knows they’re in there. – Snow Tech Magazine This is one of those ideas that is so simple you wonder why someone didn’t make them years ago. Once again, Thunder Products had developed a simple, yet effective product to improve your snowmobiling experience. Snowmobiles[…]View Full Article

Posted on

Your Airbox, Friend or Foe?

Separate the Fact from the Fiction By Lonn Peterson/Thunder Products Inc There is a very common belief that getting rid of all the restriction from the air box is about the best thing you can do. Wow! Just think of all the horsepower, and it’s practically free. Isn’t it strange then, that all the manufacturers[…]View Full Article

Posted on

IntelAJet from Thunder Products

  Now you can rejet your carburetor on the fly, right from your dash. IntelAJet isIntelajet fuel system, ATV, Motorcycle, snowmobile, go-cart, jr. dragster, Yamaha, Polaris, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Arctic Cat, KTM, Keihin, Mikuni, Carburetor, high performance, adjustable, jet, kit, altitude, temperature, jetting the latest high-tech version of the time proven Dial-A-Jet system (since 1972). Not[…]View Full Article

Posted on

MXA Team Tested – Dick’s Racing/Thunder Products, Inc. Intelajet Carb Mod

WHAT IS IT? Dick’s Racing progressively bores out the stock KTM 250SX two-stroke carb from 36mm to 39mm and installs the creative Intelajet system from Thunder Products, Inc. It fits on all KTM two-stroke carbs from 2004 to 2012. ___________________________________________________________________________ WHAT’S IT COST? $425.00 (carb bored progressively from 36mm to 39mm with Intelajet installed); $30.00[…]View Full Article

Posted on

Dial-A-Jet Tech Article

Dial-A-Jet is a completely external jetting system that delivers maximum horsepower from any engine at any temperature or altitude. “DJ” improves throttle response and fuel mileage. It works well with stock or modified engines, standard or high performance air boxes and exhaust systems. Easy to install kits are available for snowmobiles, ATV’s, dirt bikes, motorcycles and[…]View Full Article

Posted on

Dial-A-Jet Information

Dial-A-Jet fits any brand, size and style of carburetor with a float bowl. If you don’t see your machine listed, just ask! Dial-A-Jet is like adding fuel injection to your carburetor that you can richen or lean by turning a dial. More Horse Power – Excellent Running Quality Optimizes Fuel – Easy Installation Rejet in[…]View Full Article

Posted on

Dial-A-Jet Automatic Fuel Induction System – Lonn Peterson

Dial-A-Jet is a completely external jetting system that delivers maximum horsepower from any engine at any temperature or altitude. “DJ” improves throttle response and fuel mileage. It works well with stock or modified engines, standard or high performance air boxes and exhaust systems. Easy to install kits are available for snowmobiles, ATV’s, dirt bikes, motorcycles and[…]View Full Article

Posted on

Dial-A-Jet – Race & Rally Magazine

First appeared in Race & Rally Magazine, Fall 94 Get ready for changing jet settings quickly and easily.  Get ready for having a sled that runs at peak performance all the time.  Get ready for…DIAL-A-JET! How many times have you heard a snowmobiler say, “You should ride my sled when it’s cold outside. You just won’t believe it. It just[…]View Full Article

Posted on