- Metering Jets - Primary .101, Secondary .098
- Metering Rods - .070 x .037
- Step-Up Spring - orange (5" Hg)
AVS2 Series, the next generation in Edelbrock Carburetors
Edelbrock AVS2 carburetors feature annular flow primary boosters with enhanced calibration for improved off-idle and cruising performance. This design features eight equally spaced holes to improve fuel metering and fuel atomization to eliminate any flat spots when transitioning from idle to throttle. Ideal for use with a wide variety of small-block and big-block engines with either dual-plane or single-plane intake manifolds. The AVS2 includes both timed and full vacuum ports for ignition advance.
Hi I bought a intake manifol (350_2750)351 2v ford cleveland,can I use this carburator on this manifold?what is your suggestion
how does this work on 289 all the way to 454 out of the box? my 600 holley made for a 302 woudnt idle on my 390.i changed main jets and all was fine.
Would the avs 650 pair good with air gap intake 350-2601 on a 290 hp crate? Or can you suggest better combo. Would this carb get about same gas mileage as a regular carb?
I have a chevy 355 and am putting a tunnel ram dual quad intake on it. Would this be a good choice for dual quads?
Will the linkage from a Carter AFB Competition Series Carb work on the Edelbrock 1906 AVS2 650 CFM Carb. Is it a perfect match.
would this pair up with a 1970 mustang 5.8L 351 v8 engine
Would this or the edelbrock 1406 pair better with my bone stock 1984 chevy c10 305
I purchased one of these and the manual doesn't have a jetting chart or list a calibration kit for the 1906 avs2 carb?
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