All-New From Holley EFI: Billet Throttle Bodies, Throttle Body Intake Elbows, and Gasket Renew Kits
Holley Performance Products is pleased to announce the following all-new products: EFI Billet Throttle Bodies, EFI Throttle Body Intake Elbows, and Dominator Renew Kits & Gaskets.
Holley’s new EFI Throttle Bodies are the most feature loaded, biggest-bore units currently on the market. The 2550 CFM Dominator Flange Throttle Body easily handles even the largest-cubic-inch engines, and the 105mm Mono Blade throttle body features a four-inch V-band flange that's ideal for the even most radical turbocharged applications. Both come complete with roller-bearing throttle shafts, non-contact magnetic TPS sensors, and indexable throttle levers.
These all-new EFI intake elbows make GM LS and Ford 5.0L throttle bodies compatible with any intake manifold with a 4150 flange. Slotted mounting holes and dual throttle-cable-mounting bracket bosses allow the elbow and throttle body to be positioned forward, sideways, or rearward. They're port-matched for 4150 gaskets and feature four vacuum ports, a MAP sensor port, and a 100-degree throttle-body angle for maximum hood clearance.
Holley Dominator Renew Kits with gaskets are a fast, easy way to bring your Dominator carburetor back to life. Designed specifically for Gen III Aluminum Dominators, these 10-piece kits include nothing but 100% genuine Holley-quality parts. They come complete with everything you need for a quick refresh – throttle body gaskets, .120-inch and .130-inch needle-and-seat assemblies, and both two-circuit and three-circuit metering block and fuel bowl gaskets.
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