Carburetor Installation And Tuning Blog
How To Choose A Regulator For Carbureted Vehicles| 09/05/2019
When choosing a fuel pressure regulator for your ride, you need to take into consideration several factors. The regulator is a critical piece and should to be matched to the type of fuel delivery system and the fuel pump that you are using or plan to use. This video will help explain fuel pressure regulators that were designed for use with a carburetor.
Hot Rod, Slayer, and Super Street Carburetors| 06/04/2019
Installation Instructions for Hot Rod Series, Slayer Series, and Super Street Series carburetors
How to Identify Your Holley or Demon Carburetor| 01/19/2017
Step #1: find your list number - it's all downhill from there!
Quick Fuel Technology Power Valve Tech| 03/16/2016
Quick Fuel Technology Power Valve Tech
How to Adjust a Carburetor 4-Corner Idle System| 03/16/2016
How to Adjust a Carburetor 4-Corner Idle System
How to Change Carburetor Jets| 03/16/2016
How to change a Quick Fuel carburetor jet.
How to Adjust a Carburetor Automatic Choke| 03/16/2016
How to Adjust a Carburetor Automatic Choke
High Performance Tuning Instructions| 01/20/2014
High Performance Tuning Instructions for Holley Performance Carburetors
How To Attach Mopar Throttle Linkage To A Holley Carburetor| 12/02/2009
How to attach the throttle linkage on your Mopar to a Holley carburetor using the factory or aftermarket cables. Tips are also given on how to attach the linkage when using a Chrysler automatic overdrive transmission, as well as using the proper throttle cable connector.
How To Diagnose Common Engine Problems With A Vacuum Gauge| 12/02/2009
How to use a vacuum gauge on a carbureted engine to diagnose problems like a sticky valve, ignition component problems or too much advanced timing, a dirty air filter, vacuum leaks, worn piston rings, improper cam timing, rich or lean mixture, and more. More information is located on Holley's website: http://forums.holley.com/entry.php?429-How-To-Adjust-The-Idle-Mixture-On-Holley-Carbs