- Electric Choke
- Vacuum Secondary Allow Use On Variety Of Vehicles
- Calibrated For 2 x 4 Setup
- 1 Timed Port/1 PCV Port/1 Vacuum
- Ford A/T Kickdown
- Does Not Work w/A.O.D. Transmissions
Somewhere I saw a kit for adapting the 390 cfm holley carb to a aod transmission. Haven't been able to locate that again, can anybody help
Does this carb come in a calibrated model for a 4x4 300 I6 ford
I have a 1965 Chevy 230 inline 6. Can you recommend an intake and carb? The only modification to the motor will be headers and an HEI ignition.
Correcting the misspelling of the first question: Hi! I'd like to recover the original standard of my 390 cfm Holley. Can you tell me the primary and secondary jet size for this Holley, considering my engine is a Ford 302 V8 with approximately 145 HP?
Hi, I’m putting a stock 5.0 (roller cam) originally fuel injected motor, on my 82 mustang daily driver 5 spd, do you think this carb with a performer intake is a good choice ? Thanks !
What’s the stock nozzle size for the accelerator pump? Also I have this carb on a 4.3 vortec v6 with aftermarket cam and flat head pistons and stumbles when first getting into the throttle but runs great after hesitation? I bought this carb brand new.
Would this carb by adequate for a sbc 327 which was originally equipped with a 2v carb. I've tried a 600 elderbrock, 600holley and a qudrajet and vehicle runs poorly.
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