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Total Custom Carbs & Dyno (TCC) is based in Denham Springs, Lousiana and offers a full line of custom built carburetors, from mild street applications to all-out racing. The company mainly builds circle-track specific carburetors, but also does some Drag Racing and Mud Truck products as well. TCC also offers rebuilding services on most types of automotive carburetors including modifying them for a customer's specific needs. TCC tests every carburetor on their Super Flow 902 Engine Dyno before returning it to the customer.

TCC also offers dynoing services upon request.

TCC has been in business for over 10 years. Brandon Buhler has been overseeing operations as well as serving a co-owner for the company since 2009 on a full-time basis. Buhler began circle track racing in 1999. His racing budget was whatever money he had at the left over at the end of the week, which was usually just enough to get to the track.

In his first year of racing in the UMP Open Wheel Modified division he finished third in the track points at Baton Rouge Raceway (Baton Rouge, Louisiana), but he didn't win any heats or features. At that point he realized that if he wanted to become successful in racing he would need to become a student of the game.

As a result, while working at Wall-2-Wall Performance Engines during the the day, he worked on Super Late Models at night. Working for teams like Gulf Valve Racing (GVS) and other local drivers, including Bill Gordon and Brock Williams, helped Buhler hone his skills as a Dirt Late Model crew chief. In 2004 he briefly moved to Michigan to work full time for Iron Motorsports and Jeep VanWormer as crew chief. While he enjoyed his time with Jeep, Michigan was just too far from home, so he returned to southern Louisiana to work for Southern United Professional Racers (SUPR) Super Late Model Series' founder, Donald Watson, as crew chief on his Super Late Models for the next few years.

In 2006 Brandon decided it was time for himself to pursue his racing career again, but this time he would have a lot more skills and better experience. After building a SportMod from scratch Buhler went racing, and this time he had a lot more success winning multiple feature events, winning a Track Championship, a UMP Louisiana State Championship and finishing 4th in the UMP National Points. He had achieved his goals and would only race part-time from that point, while building the business and raising his two sons.