Author: David Vizard, ISBN: 9781934709658, 144 pages, Soft Cover Book published in 2013
Covers 4150-Series, Double Pumper, HP, Avenger, Ultra and Dominator Carbs.
The Holley carburetor is an icon in the performance industry. Thirty, forty, even fifty years ago, if you looked under the hood of any modified or performance car, you more often than not discovered a Holley carburetor lurking there. Many enthusiasts' first modification is swapping out the factory induction system for a new Holley 4-barrel carb and intake manifold.
While many of today's modern cars have moved past carburetors and into high-tech fuel-injection systems, most cars from the highly collectible eras are still running carburetors. Carbs are comparatively inexpensive, highly tunable, and do not require laptops, expensive tuning equipment, or computers to function. And by far the most popular carb still in use is a Holley.
In David Vizard's How to Super Tune and Modify Holley Carburetors, best-selling author Vizard explains the science, the function, and most important, the tuning expertise required to get your Holley carburetor to perform its best for your performance application, whether it's a street, strip, supercharging, or race application. Holley has been a best-selling subject for years, and this much-needed update guides you throne' the traditional 4150 Double Pumper, Dominator, and 4160 vacuum secondary models, as well as all the recent releases from Holley, including the Ultra Street Avenger and Ultra HP Series carbs.
With its high degree of tuning ease, and with all the new models coming into the market, the knowledge of expert David Vizard is a requirement to meet your performance goals, now more than ever. This book is an essential addition to any performance enthusiast's library.
About the Author:
David Vizard is a revered engine builder, technical writer, and author. He has authored more than 30 highly respected engine building and automotive titles, penned about 4,000 magazine articles, and contributed scores of web pieces to popular sites. Often referred to as Vizard the Wizard, his work is often the subject of blogs and editorial pieces in popular automotive magazines. He currently owns and runs an engine research and development business in Charlotte, North Carolina.