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Hamburger's 3225

Hamburger's 1" Ported AVS Carburetor Spacer

497-3225

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$94.99
Hamburger's 1" Ported AVS Carburetor Spacer $94.99
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1" Ported AVS Carburetor Spacer

Hamburger's 3225 Details

Torque-Flow Carburetor Spacers

Although similar in looks, AVS (Air Valve Secondary) throttle blades differ slightly from standard 4bbl carburetors, which will result in butterfly interference and a dangerous stuck throttle. This spacer solves this issue with matching sized ports.

Specifications:

Height (in.)
1
Mounting Hardware Included
Yes
Material
Billet Aluminum
Gasket Or Seal Included
Yes
Finish
Clear Anodized
Bolt Hole Quantity
8
Finish Type
Red anodized, billet T6061 Aircraft aluminum
Materials
CLEAR anodized, billet T-6061 Aircraft aluminum. MADE IN THE USA!
Spacer Thickness
1"
Spacer Material
Billet Aluminum
Spacer Finish
Anodized Clear
Performance
Yes
Thickness
1"
Product Info
Not legal for sale or use on pollution controlled motor vehicles.
Plenum Style
Tapered Port
Emissions Notes
NOT LEGAL FOR STREET USE: This spacer is legal for racing vehicles only, and may
Package Contents
CNC Machined, billet aluminum spacer, gaskets and mounting hardware
Contents
CNC Machined, billet aluminum spacer, gaskets and mounting hardware
Product Details
Although similar in looks, AVS (Air Valve Secondary) throttle blades differ slig
Additional Details
These spacers have staggered bore size diamters that clear the butterflies on AV
Notes
AVS Style Carburetor Spacer, 1" Ported Torque-Flow Design- Billet Aluminum
Carburetor Type
4BBL AVS (Adjustable Valve Secondary)
Manifold Type
4BBL
Manufacturer's Part Number:
3225

Hamburger Torque-Flow Carburetor Spacers are designed with power in mind and CNC-machined from durable 6061-T6 billet aluminum. These spacers use tapered venturi to ensure the best flow of air and fuel possible, resulting in improved throttle response, torque and overall power.

Hamburger Open Plenum Carburetor Spacers are used to lengthen the runner between the carburetor and manifold. These spacers enable you to fine tune your engine's power and torque curve to meet track and atmospheric conditions.

Each Hamburger's Spacer is packaged with all the gaskets and hardware needed for a quick hassle-free installation. .

Features
  • CNC-machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum
  • Improves throttle response & torque
  • Draws in more air from carburetor

  • When useing a spacer with a nitrous plate system. Should the spacer be above or below the nitrous plate?

    Asked by: Mark 76camaro
    Below the plate unless otherwise directed.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-03-22
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