Carburetors


Edelbrock - Performer EPS Carburetor

Your Price
$516.41


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

Product Description
Carburetor
Part Number
120-1413
Brand
Edelbrock Performance
Stock Status
Drop Ship From Mfg

Designed and calibrated for maximum street performance with most Performer RPM, RPM Air-Gap and Torker II manifolds and with Performer manifolds on large cubic-inch engines. Dyno tests proved that the EPS 800 carb outperformed a Holley #3310 carb out-of-the-box by 26 ft-lbs of torque and 22 HP on a small-block Chevy engine equipped with an Edelbrock Performer RPM power package. Features include a high-capacity accelerator pump and an improved primary and secondary cluster design. EPS 800 has the same superior features as the rest of the Performer Series line such as out-of-the-box performance and 2-piece design. Comes with: Metering Jets - Primary .113, Secondary .101; Metering Rods - .071 x .047; Step-Up Spring - orange (5" Hg). Use Carb Studs #8008 or #8024 if needed.


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""

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