Holley Float level

Holley Float level

Holley Float level. In order for proper fuel deliver there must be a proper fuel level in the carburetor fuel bowl. Whether it is a 1, 2 or 4bbl carburetor. If the holley float level is too low there will be a lag in take off or lack of power as the RPM increases....

Vacuum Leaks

Vacuum Leaks. The best car technicians and inexperienced carburetor tinkerers have used this verbiage “internal Vacuum Leaks” in the carburetor to explain what they could not find or explain. To set the record straight…CARBURETORS DO NOT HAVE...
Proper Carb Size Selection

Proper Carb Size Selection

Proper Carb Size Selection. The most common mistake in carburetor selection is misapplication. First and foremost you must be realistic in what the capabilities of your engine and drive train are. Then, how will the vehicle be used? On the track or on the street? We...
Blocking Off a Power Valve

Blocking Off a Power Valve

Many questions arise when Blocking Off a Power Valve. Power valves are used for off idle /transition enrichment. They are an efficient way to enrich a motor when it needs it without having to over jet it. If you are running a high performance motor that goes from idle...
Camshaft Changes and Rough Idle

Camshaft Changes and Rough Idle

When changing camshafts in an engine you have also changed the engines air fuel needs. At all throttle and rpm points but most noticeably at idle. HEre we will shed some light on Camshaft Changes and Rough Idle. Due to the higher lift and longer duration of your new...