Street Avenger 2bbl Carburetor
Holley 0-80500 Street Avenger 2 barrel 500 CFM Carburetor Features:
- Vibratory polished for good looks
- Optimized street calibration that works-out-of-the-box
- Factory preset electric choke for easy startups (Range identified and restricted for easy no trouble adjustment)
- Built in No Trouble fuel inlet filter
- Street Avenger fuel metering system provides precise fuel control for great low end torque and awesome acceleration
- Ford A/T kick down (spring perch included)
- Gen IV No Trouble power valve
- Three vacuum ports
- (1) Timed Spark
- (1) PCV/Brake
- (1) Full
- 100 percent wet-flow tested
What CFM is a Holley Street Avenger?
- The Holley Street Avenger comes in various CFM ratings, like the Avenger 500 or higher, offering performance options.
- Specific models, such as the Avenger 500, provide optimal fuel delivery for engines requiring lower CFM ratings.
How much HP will a 750 CFM carb support?
- A 750 CFM carb typically sustains around 400-500 HP on a high-performance engine.
- The Holley 0-4777CE, a 750 CFM carb, suits engines with moderate to high power demands.
What is the difference between Holley 4150 and 4160?
- The Holley 4150 features a secondary metering plate, allowing adjustment of the secondary fuel mixture.
- Conversely, the 4160 utilizes a metering block design, offering simplicity and ease of tuning.
How much horsepower does a 600 CFM carb have?
- A 600 CFM carb typically supports around 300-400 HP, depending on engine specifics.
- Carburetors like the Holley 500 CFM 2 barrel cater to lower horsepower needs, ensuring efficient performance.
Do I need to purchase the ford trans hardware kit with this carburetor?
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