Holley 450cfm Chokeless Carb
427 side-oiler engine that currently has two 750cfm drag carbs on it (tunnel ram). Runs WAY too rich. Looking to drive on the weekends around town. Will two of these work in place of the 750's for better drivability?
restoring 64 ford f-100 pickup with 292 four barrel 3 speed will the 450 work?
I have an '85 Monte Carlo I'm restoring, would this fit?
Hello: I am looking for a small 4bb carb. I’ve got a Jeep in-line 6 with an offinhauser 4bbl intake. I’ve tried a 600 cut, way too big, tried a 500 com and had a hard time tuning it, ran rich or after jet change was a dog. So I’m looking for smaller.
What size jets are on the front (Primary) of this carburetor?
I want to put a tunnel ram intake on a 1967 327 Chevy 2 bolt main block that I have. Are 2 Holley 450's ok to use. The engine will be mildly built. Will this work ok or should I use a 350 4 bolt main ?
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