AED Performance 750HO-BK Double Pumper Carburetor, Black
Universal Fit, 4-Barrel Carburetor Barrels, Gasoline Fuel Type, No Choke Choke Type, Dichromate
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AED Performance is now offering The 750 HO series carb. Hand built to "wet flow" specifications, test run and blueprinted for maximum performance right out of the box. This carburetor is at home on the street or strip. Applications include: Street Rod, Pro Street, Bracket racing, Circle track, Marine, Off road and Truck pulling.
- 750 CFM
- 4 Barrel
- Black metering block
- Sold each
- Small block Ford, Chevy, Mopar
- Cubic inches: 350-402
- HP Rating: 375-450
- RPM Range: Idle- 6800
- Compression range: 9.5:1 – 10.5:1
- Street Application / Square Bore
2530 Willis Rd.
Richmond, VA 23237
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