P/N 0-90470 770 CFM Off-Road Truck Avenger Carburetor
Holley Performance Products is announcing the newest addition to its line of Truck Avenger™ Carburetors, the 470 CFM Off-Road Truck Avenger, P/N 90470.
With only 470 CFM and a durable dichromate finish the Off-Road Truck Avenger carburetor is the correct choice for larger 4-cylinder, 6-cylinder and some small V-8 engines.
The 470 CFM Off-Road Truck Avenger comes with all the same features as their bigger brothers. Features like quick change No Trouble™ vacuum secondary calibrated for off road use, power valve with a lifetime blowout protection guarantee, four vacuum ports, No Trouble restricted electric choke so it never looses calibration, external No Trouble off-road needle and seats for stable fuel levels on rough terrain, primary side CNC machined annular boosters, exclusive No Trouble one-piece vent tube, and square fuel bowls with single fuel inlet banjo fitting for ease of installation.
The 470 CFM Off-Road Truck Avenger will perform just like any other Off-Road Truck Avenger due to its fuel metering block which eliminates fuel spillover, stalling or flooding through the boosters associated with extreme angles allowing for 45 degree climbing, 30 degree side hill maneuvers and nose-down descents.
For more information contact Holley Tech Service, P.O. Box 10360, Bowling Green, KY., 42101-7360, Telephone 270-781-9741. For nearest dealer: 1-800-HOLLEY-1. Or visit us on the web: www.holley.com.
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