Company: Edelbrock Corp.
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Vintage Look, Modern Operation
Classic 94-Series Two-Barrel Carburetor Is Based on Chandler-Groves Design
An industry original is back, only this time it carries the Edelbrock name. Edelbrock has introduced its 94-series (p/n 1151), an all-new two-barrel carburetor based off the original Chandler-Groves design that was used on many 1938 Ford V8s. It is intended to provide a bolt-on performance solution for nostalgic and period correct hot rods and restorations.
The Edelbrock 94 features die-cast bowl and air horn with a cast aluminum 3-bolt flange base. Its throttle shaft has been extended to make it easier to set-up dual and triple carburetor combinations, especially when used with Edelbrock‘s exclusive progressive linkage. Extensive testing, both on the road and in the company's state-of-the-art engine dynamometer facility has allowed Edelbrock to offer a power valve and jetting combination that delivers a wide calibration band for smooth and strong performance in various applications. It is finished off with a zinc-dichromate coating for durability and classic looks.
A host of accessory items will be available to complement these carburetors, including: round chrome air-cleaners (p/n 1202); progressive throttle linkage kits, dual (p/n 1032) and triple (p/n 1034); straight throttle linkage kits, dual (p/n 1032) and triple (p/n 1034); and mini fuel blocks (p/n 1286).
Brand new, based off of the original Chandler-Groves design
Extended throttle shaft for easy installation on multiple carb set-ups
Period correct appearance
Optional accessories and complete induction kits (coming soon)
Designed and calibrated for use in both Flathead and small cubic inch V8 engines
Machined and assembled by Edelbrock in the U.S.A
Part No: 1151, Available Now
For more information visit www.edelbrock.com.