Open Plenum Phenolic Carburetor Spacers
JEGS 15495 Phenolic Carburetor Spacer with open plenum is made from thermoset plastic to provide a heat sink between an intake manifold and carburetor with a 4150/4160 series square bore Holley bolt pattern. This 1/2-inch tall spacer will help keep fuel cooler for a denser fuel mixture, reduce vapor lock, and add additional plenum volume to increase engine performance.
- (1) Carburetor Spacer: 1/2 in. tall with a 4150/4160 series square bore Holley bolt pattern and 3.530 in. W x 3.560 in. L open plenum
- (4) Carburetor mounting studs: 5/16 in.-18 threads on intake end and 5/16 in.-24 on carburetor end x 1.750 in. Long
- (4) Carburetor stud nut: 5/16 in.-24 threads with a 1/2 in. hex head
- (4) Carburetor stud flat washers: 5/16 in. ID x .591 in. OD x .060 in. thick
- (2) Carburetor Gasket: 4150/4160 series square bore Holley bolt pattern with open plenum
Increase Your Torque and Horsepower with More Air Flow
JEGS molded Phenolic Carburetor Spacers are available in three heights to tune your square flange, 4150/4160 style base, carbureted vehicle to the track or altitude conditions. Designed to lower the transfer of heat between the intake manifold to the carb for an increase in power. Includes gaskets and mounting hardware for easy installation. Not for use with stock manifolds with heat crossovers.
Will this also fit the Holley 4160?
Does the 15495 carb spacer fit an Edelbrock 1405 carburetor?
Will this fit a 4106 edelbrock?
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