Once Tuned, Carb Stays Tuned for Consistent Performance
Engines depend on carburetors to perform well under all driving conditions. An adjustment error can affect the entire engine's performance. An Edelbrock Performer Carburetor can handle daily driving while providing the widest torque range available. The Performer carburetor is constructed using an all-aluminum 2-piece body that resists warping and is capable of running gasohol and other blended fuels. Internally, this carb contains metering rods that transition between circuits to prevent power valve blowouts; while simple tub-type bowls and rear-pivot floats deliver reliable, user-friendly operation. Once calibrated, Performer Series Carbs hold a tune and over time, retain consistent performance for trouble-free operation
Will this carb work on a 388 stroker Sbc 10:1 comp with mild cam
Would this be a good carb to run on my 1975 oldsmobile 455 big block with a edelbrock performer intake? Engine is stock right now but was thinking of adding a cam and roller timing chain.
What would all the parts i need to buy for this carburetor?
I have a 1978 f150, 400 big block. Would this be the correct carburetor I need?
Is this carb to large for a 350 c.i. Chevy that's bored .030 with 8.5 to 1 pistons and a mild cam?
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