Carburetor Installation Blog
Chuck’s Garage – Street Demon Install & Test Drive| 05/16/2014
Chuck Hanson walks us through a complete install of the new Street Demon Carburetor and also demonstrates how to tune the carburetor for optimal performance.
Setting the Ford transmission kickdown when using a Holley carburetor| 12/02/2009
How to properly set the Ford transmission kickdown lever when using a Holley four-barrel carburetor.
Fuel Line Connection| 12/02/2009
Footage taken from the Holley Carburetor Installation & Tuning DVD
Attaching custom or specialized throttle linkage to a Holley carb| 12/02/2009
Check out these tips on attaching throttle linkage to a Holley carb on custom or unique applications. Holley offers a variety of linkage adapters and brackets that can make it easy.
How To Check Throttle Linkage Is Working Properly| 12/02/2009
Holley offers tips on checking the throttle linkage on your four-barrel carburetor to ensure the throttle linkage is opening and closing the throttle blades properly.
Vacuum Lines Connection| 12/02/2009
Footage taken from Holley Carburetor Installation & Tuning DVD
Attaching Early GM Throttle Linkage To Holley Carbs| 12/02/2009
There are various types of throttle linkages on early GM cars that attach differently to a Holley carburetor. Here are some tips to attach a variety of GM model throttle cables with different transmission applications.
How To Replace Your Engine's Intake For Using A Holley 4bbl Carb| 12/02/2009
Which intake you should use when using a Holley four-barrel carburetor. Matching the intake to the carburetor is key when upgrading to a Holley carburetor. This videos shows you the various options.
Setting The Transmission Kickdown On TH-350, TH400, And 700R4| 12/02/2009
Holley offers tips on properly setting up the transmission kickdown levers on GM Turbo Hydro 350 and 400 automatic transmissions. The video also demonstrates how to properly set the throttle valve, TV cable.
How To Remove The Carburetor And Intake Manifold From Your Engine| 12/02/2009
How to properly remove the carburetor and intake manifold from your engine by disconnecting and marking vacuum lines, fuel lines and throttle linkage.