This is an official Holley Performance Factory Refurbished Carburetor. Factory Refurbished carbs are NOT old worn-out carbs that have been rebuilt. They are carbs that were returned under warranty. When these carbs are returned, we check them out and most of the time there is nothing wrong with them. Generally, they were simply adjusted out of working range by the installer. Since these carbs may show signs of a previous installation, our policy is not to sell them as new. Rather than scrapping them, we are making them directly available to the public. Not only does this help us control the costs of our new carbs, it allows you to get a great deal on a like-new carburetor! Factory Refurbished carbs have undergone a thorough inspection. Any damaged parts that would effect performance have been replaced and the carbs are solvent cleaned before being wet-flow-tested on Holley's state-of-the-art flow benches allowing them to be recalibrated to new carb specs. Factory Refurbished carbs may have scratches, blemishes, and other visual flaws from previous installation.
Factory Refurbished Carburetors have limited availability.
The world famous Holley Tri- Power Carburetor system is legendary in Chevrolet circles! They were the ultimate power statement when they came factory on cars like the 1967 427 Corvette.
And, NOW you can have the same look on your SB Chevy! Perfect for muscle cars, street rods, classic hot rods, rat rods, trucks and more!
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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar regulations.
Use our simple CFM calculator to learn what CFM you need:
Your ideal CFM range is XXX.
You should stay as close as you can to this CFM and should go no more than 50 CFM in either direction.
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How to pick a choke:
Manual chokes allow the user to control the warm up of their engine by physically pulling a cable inside the vehicle to control the choke plate. This type of choke is generally less expensive than an electric choke.
Electric chokes fully handle the warm up of your engine without your assistance. They operate off a single 12 volt switched power wire from your vehicle.