To conclude this series, we’ll remove the bowls and metering blocks from these carbs and look inside.
This time, we’ll examine throttle shafts, baseplates and a not-so-little thing called a “by-pass valve” found on the XP series carbs.
This time around, we’ll dig into the float bowls, accelerator pumps and more.
What we’ll look at here are the differences in the big Holley 4150 carburetors – all with 1.750-inch diameter throttle bores.
Correcting the number one issue with prolonged Holley carb use.
This 1964 Buick Skylark has over $60k invested in it, and its all go.
Part III of Luke Finley’s Holley carb tuning videos focuses on carb jetting.
Take one last look at Holley’s Tri-Power three deuce setup.
What Gary Kollofski dreamed up truly is one of the most unique cars that you’ll ever see at a Tri-Five Chevy show.
Whether you are a carb tuning veteran or newbie, these videos will give you a better sense of how to truly tune your Holley carb for maximum performance.