Holley 134-71HB Aluminum Center Hung V Bowl Kit, Primary, Gray
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Holley Aluminum V-bowls are offered in three different configurations; primary, secondary with accelerator pump provisions, and secondary without accelerator pump provisions. These different options allow you to convert anything from your old 3310 to a Dominator to aluminum fuel bowls. Holley's new Aluminum V-bowls feature a clear, glass sight window for easy, safe fuel level adjustments. They also include all necessary gaskets and fuel bowl screws for a quick installation. The best part is replacing your old Zinc fuel bowls with the Aluminum versions will save you over 1.2lb of weight on top of your engine.
- Clear, glass sight window for easy, safe fuel level adjustments
- Aluminum construction with Hard Core Gray (black anodized) finish
- Weighs approximately .60lb less than its zinc counterpart
- Include all necessary gaskets and fuel bowl screws for a quick installation
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