Holley 0-80555C 650 CFM Classic Holley Carburetor, Electric Choke
68-69 Buick, 66-69 Chevy, 4-Barrel Carburetor Barrels, Gasoline Fuel Type, Electric Choke Type
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Do you like the tunability Holley's modular carbs, but need to simply replace a Q-jet? The spread bore bolt pattern of the 0-80555C lets you do just that. It has vacuum secondaries and electric choke, so it is useable on a wide variety of vehicles and its single fuel inlet that is in the standard Q-jet location makes it easy to bolt on. Don't trust your performance to just anyone, Holley is the only modular carburetor company that has been in business for over 100 years and has powered every NASCAR champion since the 60's.
- Gold Dichromate finish for corrosion resistance and classic Holley looks
- Performance replacement for Q-Jet carbs (spread bore bolt pattern)
- Universal calibration for easy bolt-on performance
- Factory preset electric choke for easy startups
- Vacuum secondaries for use on wide variety of vehicles. Compensate for all vehicle weights, gearing & transmissions to allow smooth opening of secondaries.
- Single feed fuel inlet for easy installation
- 100% wet-flow tested by Holley technicians to assure it arrives ready to run!
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