JIM INGLESE 8-STACK SYSTEMS

World's most complete 8-stack source for Weber carburetion and EFI systems

I've been building and tuning 8-stack systems for 40+ years. This year, I was delighted to receive an award  from Reincarnation Magazine  https://www.rcnmag.com/  for "Driver's Choice" in the Carburetion category and also the Fuel Injection cataegory.  So if you're one of the kind readers who voted for me, I'm deeply thankful for your vote and support.  THANK YOU!!  

If you're curious about Weber carburetion or thinking of putting an 8-stack EFI unit on your car, this is the website you've been looking for. Most of the answers you need are here, and if you don't see the information you need, just call me.  I’ll be the one answering the phone.  There is no receptionist, no recorded voice loop, no extension choices, and you won’t have to press a number for English. 

I am happy to build you an EFI unit with modern throttle bodies or one that looks just like a Weber carburetion setup with hidden injectors inside the throttle bodies.  You’d have to be an expert to know it’s an EFI.  

I offer the world's largest selection of V8 8-stack systems and associated specialty parts for Cobras, GT40's, Early Mustangs, Corvettes, and custom vehicles, from all-out racing units for vintage race cars to "jewelry" for world-class show cars.  

Whether it's polished or not polished, either way, when you open your hood at your next car show, nobody will yawn.  People will stop dead in their tracks to look at your engine.

Most likely, you've heard the good, the bad, and the ugly about Weber carburetors. Some people say they work great...others say Weber carburetors are nothing but trouble. On this website, I'm providing you with factual information about Weber carburetion based on 40 years of experience building and tuning Weber carburetion for V8's, so my data is factual and not opinion.  I was working on Weber-carbureted Cobras before replicas were around. 

After reading the information on this website, you'll be a lot smarter when you leave.  Rule #1: Forget whatever else you've heard about Webers.

If you’re here because you’re interested in EFI, I'll be happy to come up with the right package for you.  Unlike a manufacturer pushing only its own parts, I can custom-tailor an EFI to your exact requirements via access to components from the multiple manufacturers.  

Jim Inglese with Engine

This handsome rascal is me doing what I love to do...dyno tuning a Weber-carbureted engine. 

A thumbnail sketch

Every 8-stack system that comes out of this shop is built to order, matched to the engine and vehicle it's intended for. There are no assembled 8-stack systems finished and sitting on the shelf.  Each one is built from scratch for its application. I offer more V8 applications and related accessories than any other Weber or EFI 8-stack shop in the world, so if you're planning on putting an 8-stack system on a V8, this is the only website where you'll find the information you're going to see here.

If you email me with your questions, you'll hear back from me the same day...usually within hours. I check emails several times a day and I answer everybody.  And when you call, I'm the only one who answers the phone.

Other sources offer similar products, and some are temptingly cheaper, but with a product such as this, expect to get what you pay for.  As they say, there's no "free lunch".  I won't ship anything with my label on it unless it's 100% right.  You can rely on that.

If you're buying Webers, my 13-page Weber instruction manual takes you right through the entire setup process, from gas pedal adjustment to fuel pressure to ignition timing to synchronizing the four carburetors. I leave no room for error.  If you're buying an EFI, I supply a comprehensive technical data and instruction package, including online resources.  Other companies don't.  My #1 goal is for every installation to be a 100% success.  

Customer Service is of paramount importance to me, as I know it is with you.

My personal support to you continues well beyond the sale and comes with your order. You'll have my cell phone number. I provide unlimited support until your carburetion system or EFI runs perfectly. Email anyone else in this business and ask what they provide for instructions, and after-sale support by phone and email. Tell them you need somebody's cell phone number and a guarantee that they will respond to your emails within only a few hours, day or night. They'll laugh at you, of course,  and think you're nuts. I usually check emails for the last time at 8 pm. I also answer emails on weekends.

If you own a Weber 8-stack system that came from somebody else and it needs work, I'll correct it for you, but there's a catch..... First, you are required to watch this video

So why are There Two "Inglese" Companies?

There's a lot of confusion about INGLESE INDUCTION SYSTEMS vs. JIM INGLESE 8-STACK SYSTEMS, and I'm really sorry about all that. They're actually two separate companies that are in no way connected.  I know everybody wonders how this can be.

INGLESE INDUCTION SYSTEMS was my original company, founded in 1980.  I sold that company a long time ago and then I came back into it under my own name as JIM INGLESE EIGHT STACK SYSTEMS.  The original company, INGLESE INDUCTION SYSTEMS, was owned by Comp Cams in Tennessee, and our two companies, while sharing the name, were never affiliated.  Today, that company is no longer in the fuel injection business, leaving only two major players, and I am glad to be one of them.

My products have a "signature" label, shown below. If this label is not on the front carburetor or throttle body, it was not built here.  Anything with my label on it carries my personal guarantee that I have invested my reputation in that assembly.

I invite you to come in and have a look around. If you're looking for useful information, you're really going to enjoy this website.

Jim Inglese Plate

The "Signature Label" is the only correct one. It also displays the website and phone.

"It is not always possible to redo the work we have done negligently. It's best to do things well now."
 -- Anonymous