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Technical Holley 94's

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by terry k, Oct 15, 2021.

  1. terry k
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    terry k
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    from toledo oh

    You sells the best/complete rebuild kits ?
     
  2. Bursonaw
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  3. MojoRacing
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    I agree, vintage speed. Charlie is a great guy, will take the time to actually have a conversation with you when you call or see him at shows.
     
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  4. SPEC
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    Yes Vintage Speed!
     

  5. Petejoe
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    Been buying from Dickster for years now.
     
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  6. fiveohnick2932
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    Ive always got my holley 94 kits from Napa Auto Parts..... PN# 2-5612

    Im sure Vintage Speed has more stuff but its just easier for me to go down town. Mainly its getting the correct power valve for the 94 and not one from a regular holley 4 barrel.
     
  7. birdman1
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    I'm building a 6x2 log intake manifold for my 430 Lincoln engine. Using the 94 carburetor. Do I need any power valves?
     
  8. Petejoe
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    Last edited: Oct 17, 2021
  9. 1952henry
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    Napa has the correct PVs? That I didn't know
     
  10. 31 Coupe
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    I'm going to be rebuilding my 94's soon and I'd like to "re-phosphate" the castings if that's the correct terminology.
    As such can anyone recommend the correct chemical or process to achieve the OEM/factory coloring please.
    I do have access to a good plating shop here "down under".
    Thanks.
     
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  11. terry k
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    terry k
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    from toledo oh

    Got 2 kits from NAPA $62.00 ea.
     

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