|09-16-2010 12:31 PM|
|turbolover||I want tunable PVCR's and emulsion circuts. I can convert a standard Holley block, which i may end up doing but the $45 for two procomps is dirt cheap and I don't have to worry about goofing up threads when I tap it.|
|09-16-2010 11:38 AM|
|cobalt327||15 HP from a carb swap is MAJOR good.|
|09-16-2010 11:23 AM|
|09-16-2010 11:15 AM|
Without knowing what it is exactly that you want to accomplish, there are ways to have a 4160 w/a jetable secondary side w/o needing to go to a block.
Quick Fuel offers an affordable plate ($41.16 + S&H) w/replaceable jets, you can do this mod to a Holley plate as well.
|09-16-2010 10:10 AM|
|BigRoy1978||i bought one last year the 4412 holly 2 barrel on my circle car, didnt work worth a crap! car wouldnt rev, black smoke like CRAZY! no matter what we did, it wouldnt cooperate, so the stocker went back on. I think the block is still on my shelf.|
|09-14-2010 07:21 AM|
|Greg T||Your question is an oxymoron. If you don't care where they're made how can you care about quality? My suggestion is, since quality seems to be the issue, purchase from a known quality company such as Holley, Barry Grant, Quick Fuel, etc.|
|09-14-2010 06:52 AM|
Pro Comp Metering Blocks
Has anyone had experience with Pro Comp metering blocks? I'm looking for information on them, how well they work, what is adjustable, fit and finish, etc?
Before all the Chinese parts ranting begins I don't care what country they were made in and I am aware that many of ProComps past parts have had quality issues.