How to Build & Power Tune Holley Carburetors

How to Build & Power Tune Holley Carburetors
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How to Build and Power Tune Holley Carburetors is the complete guide to choosing and specifying Holley Carburetors for engines for road and track performance. This book covers both 2-barrel 2300 and 4-barrel 4150 & 4160 carburetors, and can also be applied to 4180 & 4190 emission control carbs.

It is a comprehensive guide to identifying both secondhand carburetors and individual components, and has a unique guide to categorizing specification of metering blocks. There is an easy to follow tuning sequence for both four and two barrel carburetors.

Just reprinted, this book is one of Veloce’s best-selling SpeedPro series for do-it-yourself tuning and modifications. An invaluable source for anyone working on Holley carburetors. 

The author

Hailing originally from New Zealand, Des Hammill is a professional engineer with many years of practical experience of building race-winning engines and solving technical problems. The author of several books in the SpeedPro series, Des writes in an easy to understand manner and gives step-by-step guidance. Des also takes his own photographs and creates his own line drawings.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781787110472
Illustrations: 125 b-w & color photos
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