Holley Throttle Body 1000 CFM
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Universal Throttle Bodies
This new Holley 1000 CFM Throttle Body shares the same air entry area design that powers every NASCAR Sprint Cup Series car! The throttle body features integrated throttle position, idle air control and intake air temperature sensors, Ford and GM transmission kick down levers as well as all necessary vacuum ports.Features:
will this work on my 1993 silverado 5.7 throttle body with an edlebrock high rise intake and factory throttle body
Will this work on my 1987 chevy c10 Silverado with 402 engine
will this work on a Ford F-150 with a Windsor 351 5.8 L 1985 I just want to get some thing better & not a carburetor anymore have a rebuild one but not liking leaking
what horsepower will this support and what is needed to run throttle body is there a kit? have 1050cfm carb on wanting to go fuel inj
Will this piece fit on an 1983 Chevy 1/2 ton 350/5.7ltr
What else is needed to install on a small block Chevy 400cid engine? Fuel pressure required computer, wiring to connect, oxygen sensor etc. can it control cooling fans?
will this fit a 1995 chevy 5.7 350 with a aftermarket holley intake manifold
are there male plugs for the sensors to intigrade into my mpfi system for repinning?
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