Genesis Big Air Carburetor

Are you looking for big torque gain from bottom to top end? Yes, you do. The Genesis PSI series 3 can boost power to an incredibly 8 to 12% with an HP gain in most cases of 6 to 15 HP. With its clean look and a three-year warranty this carb. has a much larger billet float bowl design with more fuel capacity, significant cylinder clearance, an optional dual cable pull and three flat-slide designs, making them an exceptional setup for any engine size. Vortex Generators take total control of the air and align it for maximum port velocity, allowing HP gains. A shorter throttle pull, a new external needle adjuster,  and a highly developed slide and needle combinations allow for fast throttle response, serious midrange snort and a smoking top end. Carburetor adjustment is made easy by turning an external clicker adjustments with the simple and easy concept of "righty-tighty” and “lefty-loosey." Turn clockwise for less fuel and counter clockwise for more fuel. No jets need to be changed and all adjustments are made externally. Also available in chrome. Genesis PSI Seies 3 Carburetor. .

5 Responses to “Genesis Big Air Carburetor”

  1. 1 Brent Rehm Nov 7th, 2007 at 7:33 pm

    I have a S&S 124 in a bigdog bike,i bought this carb in the summer,easyest carb i put on in 20 years after i installed the carb i gained 15 HP & the throtle response was 100% more and had it tuned in about 10 minutes.At first i thought the carb was expencive until i rode my bike.I will buy nothing then a PSI BIG AIR CARB and i just want to thank Bruce & Rob for all their support & tunning efforts. Brent Rehm

  2. 2 Billy Williams Nov 8th, 2007 at 7:51 am

    Brent I couldn’t agree more. The PSI Carb. was absolutely the easiest way I have ever gotten more horse power. We dynoed my bike before the carb and than after installing it and gained 12 horses immediately. Not only that but if you ever get a chance to meet the guys behind the company you couldn’t ask for better guys. Naturally I had several questions before the purchase and even a few after but Rob and the guys helped me through every annoying and tedious one of them with a smile. I got to meet them in Daytona and was watching as a customer pulled up with a problem with his carb. The guy was a little upset and they assured him they would take care of it. They pulled his velocity stack off and it turned out the guy didn’t propperly install the screen airfilter and it was stuck in the carb. Needless to say the guy was embarresed as all hell but Rob and the guys pulled it apart and fixed it for him no charge. That’s when I know I’m dealing with a good company. Not when all is good but when someone has a problem and they jump on it and fix it with a smile, even though it wasn’t the carbs fault they just laughed with the guy and fixed it.
    Thanks guys and keep up the good work,
    Billy Williams

  3. 3 A 1 CYCLES Nov 8th, 2007 at 11:39 am

    looks a lot like a lectron we used to use on drag bikes and drag snowmobiles…i would love to see dyno sheets instead of blind claims by customers..if it works i will use it..form and function and more power is easy to sell my customers..facts and dyno sheets with correction factors on the printout would be nice..or send me one and let me play with it on my would be an independent test with no bias to anyone..i did use a lot of their performance parts and engine kits on snowmobiles when i lived up north and they were high quality and worked well..but they usually had a lot of dyno sheets and test info i havent seen any for the carb yet..not bustin ass just looking for facts.

  4. 4 dragon Nov 10th, 2007 at 12:02 am

    now can someone help with fuelinjected motor’s i have a 03 softail with the stage one kit in it can i do more to it than go to the big bore kit for right now

  5. 5 Nicker Nov 10th, 2007 at 11:54 pm

    Way Cool

    “… Turn clockwise for less fuel and counter clockwise for more fuel…”

    Will it work on a Dirt Bike?

    I’m damned tired of altitude mixture compensation adjustments…:-(
    And have never said no to more HP….:-)

    (and NO, i’m not too old for dirt bikes, no matter what my wife says)

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