A huge hit among street rodders, these Dual-Quad Kits offer the ultimate set-up for anyone who wants the look and the performance of dual-quad carbs. They include an Edelbrock RPM or RPM Air-Gap Dual-Quad intake manifold and two 500 cfm Thunder Series AVS carburetors calibrated specifically for dual-quad applications (one manual choke, one electric choke). To make the installation simple, these kits also include our high-tech progressive throttle linkage, Russell fuel inlet and high-quality Edelbrock intake gaskets. The manifold and Thunder Series carbs are available with a standard finish or Edelbrock's bright EnduraShine chrome-like finish for long lasting show quality looks.
Edelbrock's EnduraShine finish is something you have to see to believe! EnduraShine is a bright silver chrome finish with powdercoated durability. Three-step Vacuum Metalizing Process: base coat, aluminum coat, and clear top coat. It resists discoloration from heat and has an amazing chemical resistance. The clear top coat enhances polished aluminum look for a great appearance but you never have to polish it!
Edelbrock Dual-Quad Manifold and Carburetor Kits include:
I have a GM 572 crate-620 H.P.- that I would like to put a dual quad on but can't find a dual quad manifold. This is going into a 1965 GTO. I would like a fuel injection system and fuel pump-outside the tan-for this car. DO you have any suggestions.
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