Edelbrock 7094 Dual Quad Carburetor Linkage
- This linkage kit provides smooth, progressive throttle activation
- Linkage will work with carb spacings up to 8-1/2" center-to-center
- It fits our dual-quad manifolds (with Edelbrock Performer Series carburetors)
- Features high-quality aluminum, stainless steel and brass parts with spherical rod ends
Designed for use with Edelbrock Dual-Quad manifolds and Performer Series carburetors. This linkage kit provides smooth, progressive throttle activation using high-quality aluminum, stainless steel and brass parts with spherical rod ends.
Fits our dual-quad manifolds (with Edelbrock Performer Series carburetors):
- 325-5420 B/B Chevy Oval Port (Edelbrock #5420)
- 325-5425 S/B Chevy (Edelbrock #5425)
- 325-5408 Chevy W-Series Small Port (Edelbrock #5408)
- 325-5409 Chevy W-Series Large Port (Edelbrock #5409)
- 325-7535 Ford 289-302 (Edelbrock #7535)
- 325-7585 Ford 351W (Edelbrock #7585)
325-7094 Instructions (PDF)
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