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Ford/Holley 94 Primary Carb Throttle Plate

Specs
Centerline of Holes:
0.750
Material Type:
Aluminum
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Overall Thickness:
0.060
Finish:
Natural
Overall Diameter:
1.255
Angle:
5 degree
Garage Sale:
No
Ford/Holley 94 Primary Carb Throttle Plate

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What's in the Box

About the only way your 94 could have a tight throttle would be if you found a NOS carb somewhere. Using old worn throttle plates make carbs sluggish and increases your idle speed. Our aluminum throttle plates are for those carbs with out-of-round butterflies.

  • Fits both Ford 94 and Holley 94 two barrel carburetors
  • Featues a stock 5 degree angle for use in the primary carb in a multi-carb set up
  • The 5 degree plates are used anywhere you're using your idle circuits

Note: Screws not included (sold separately with extended throttle shafts).

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
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Al
Verified Purchaser
Lowell,indiana
Product Rating

"94 "Throttle plates

September 25, 2010
I used these when replacing throttle shafts and plates in swap meet carburetor cores.The fit was perfect,but it would be ahelpful if the plates were marked top or bottom ,since the edges are angled for proper fit.I would also like to see replacement screws available for purchase at the same time.I am still completely satisfied.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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HiRider
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Indiana
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They were just what I order.

December 10, 2010
Made the Item as good as new.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

3 questions : 3 answers

difference between primary and secondary t/plates what are the difference between the 94 pri. &sec. plates and advantages of using these plates and how can I eliminate the idle circuit in the 94 secondary carbs, you don't offer a new base like on the 97 carbs. I have 2 carb 3 carb 4 carb setups all using 94 carbs that I plan to use for various road racing events in my 37ford w/50 merc full race engine.i have purchased many of your flathead parts so far. plan to run this car at the race of gentlemen in wildwood n.j. this oct. 2015 and at mt .equinox this august in Vermont. am member of the vscca." thanks for the parts"

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37slantback
central n.j.
February 01, 2015

difference between primary and secondary t/plates what are the difference between the 94 pri. &sec. plates and advantages of using these plates and how can I eliminate the idle circuit in the 94 secondary carbs, you don't offer a new base like on the 97 carbs. I have 2 carb 3 carb 4 carb setups all using 94 carbs that I plan to use for various road racing events in my 37ford w/50 merc full race engine.i have purchased many of your flathead parts so far. plan to run this car at the race of gentlemen in wildwood n.j. this oct. 2015 and at mt .equinox this august in Vermont. am member of the vscca." thanks for the parts"

Answers

February 02, 2015
Tech
On the secondary throttle plates, the edges are beveled to that they will completely seal on the base plate. Eliminating the airflow on the secondary carbs is crucial when you want to convert them to secondary carbs.

what is the diameter of these throttle plates? what is the diameter of the secondary plates?

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jack
summerfield,fl
June 16, 2011

what is the diameter of these throttle plates? what is the diameter of the secondary plates?

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June 21, 2011
QC
1.2585 for primary 1.2835 for secondary

i did not receive instructions when i received this product. how do i know which is the top side ?

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ron
russellville, tn
April 21, 2011

i did not receive instructions when i received this product. how do i know which is the top side ?

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April 22, 2011
Jason
Two dots go up. This part has a beveled edge so it can seat when closed
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Note: Screws not included (sold separately with extended throttle shafts).