Chevy Nova Forum banner

1 - 9 of 9 Posts

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
15,966 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
Quick Fuel has come out with (IMHO) a great carb for the money for the Street guy.

They Have the new Slayer series, 600cfm and 750cfm

Take notice!!!
No one even comes close to the these carbs for the money.

Duel feed center pivot bowls with large site bowls.
Electric Choke.
Has a front metering block and a jet changeable jet plate in the rear.
Down leg boosters (like the original 3310's)
Adjustable vacuum secondary, just turn a screw. no need for disassemble or changing springs.
Changeable air bleeds (could come in handy if you wanted dual 600's for a tunnel ram)

Holley has never offered a dual feed VS 600CFM.





 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
5,543 Posts
Adjustable vacuum secondary's make that a nice piece right of the bat!

Looks good!

Thanks for posting!

Mark
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,192 Posts
Looks like they are three bills on the Jeggs site. Nice pieces for the price
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
2,997 Posts
Are those castings made "overseas"? I know they are assembled in Ky but have been curious where the parts come from:confused:
Tom
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
15,966 Posts
Discussion Starter #7
Are those castings made "overseas"? I know they are assembled in Ky but have been curious where the parts come from:confused:
Tom
Quick Fuel is a company that was near Holley, when Holley was in Bankrump the company and former employees started Quick fuel.

Some parts used are overseas, the main body is cast here in the USA and the metering blocks are manufactured by Quick Fuel.

This is not "PROFORM" carb as some on the net have accused.

It as much American made as a Holley is today.

FYI

Al
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
2,997 Posts
Al
Thanks for the info, I was really curious as to the origins. I didn't have much info on them.
I do know a couple of guys up here run them and are very happy with them. Lets face it, competition in good for the end user!
Tom
 
1 - 9 of 9 Posts
Top