Carburetors


Edelbrock - Marine Series Carburetor

Your Price
$543.27


  • Marine Usage
  • 600 CFM with Electric Choke
  • 4-BBL Square Bore Flange
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Air Valve Secondary

Product Description
Carburetor
Part Number
120-1409
Brand
Edelbrock Performance
Stock Status
Drop Ship From Mfg

Designed and calibrated for optimum marine performance in small-block V8 engines with a variety of manifolds that include Edelbrock Performer, Performer RPM, RPM Air-Gap, Torker II and other brands of similar design. Also ideal for Chevy 4.3L V6 engines with a Performer manifold (see Manifold Section) and Calibration Kit #1485. Comes with: Metering Jets - Primary .098, Secondary .101; Metering Rods - .068 x .047; Step-Up Spring - orange (5" Hg). These carburetors feature venturi diameters of 1-3/16" for the primary's and 1-9/16" for the secondary's. Throttle blade diameters are 1-7/16" for the primary's and of 1-11/16" diameter for the secondary's.


Vic Edelbrock opened a machine shop and repair facility, where he designed his first aluminum racing heads for Flathead Fords, which were well received. The business was on the way to becoming more of a performance parts shop than a repair shop. Their first catalog was printed in 1946 with the name "Edelbrock Power and Speed Equipment""

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

Motor Vehicles

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Tools

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Electrical Cords

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