Edelbrock Carburetor 600 CFM Electric Choke - Performer Series

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Edelbrock Carburetor 600 CFM Electric Choke - Performer Series
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Product Description

Calibrated for Fuel Economy

- Bolt on and run right out of the box
- Dependable performance and smooth throttle response
- Factory set; adjustments are rarely needed
- Serviceable without draining fuel or removing carb
- Two-piece design - no gaskets below the fuel level

Engine Recommendation:
Non-Egr designed for small-block and small displacement big-block engines, these carbs are recommended only for stock to Performer level applications.

Intake Manifold Recommendation:
Match with an Edelbrock Performer or Performer EPS manifold and other brands of similar design. They are not recommended for use on RPM or Torker II intake manifolds.

Includes both timed and full vacuum ports for ignition advance.

Finish - ball-burnished Bright Finish
Barrel - 4bbl
CFM - 600
Choke - Electric
Metering Jets - Primary .098, Secondary .095
Metering Rods - .075 x .047
Step-Up Spring -Yellow (4" Hg).

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Installation Instructions


Difficulty: Easy

Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

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I'm looking for a edelbrock 600 cfm carb that will work on my 65 mustang 289 with an automatic transmission, can you help me?

Asked by: shrimper1
Any 600 CFM Edelbrock Carburetor will work as long as you have the correct intake manifold and take account for if you need a square bore carburetor or a 4150. There is also adapters available if need be. From the sounds of it, this part would be perfect for you.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2015-10-16

Are the vacuums secondary on this

Asked by: rbarnett87
the secondary on this carb are controoled by both vaccumm and mechanical. Our thunder series is vaccum only.
Answered by: BobH
Date published: 2015-10-01

My 351C was recently rebuilt with procomp cam, a edelbrock air gap intake with a 670 Holly on it. It is very touchy and hard starting. I am looking to put on a edelbrock since several persons have said to go that route to solve starting issues.

Asked by: azeod
Sounds like a plan.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-09-29

You missed giving me an answer. I have two 1967 Mustangs GT 390. One of them needs a new carburetor. Schall I buy a Holley 4160 4V 600 cfm or an Edelbrock 600 cfm Performer Series? What would you recommend and why? Advantages/ Disadvantages? Excalibur

Asked by: Excalibur
Each of these are outstanding products and, as long as they fit on your 390, you'll be well served by any of them.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-09-29

I have a 1967 Mustang 390 with manual Trans. What carburetor would you recommend? Holley 4160 4V 600 cfm or Edelbrock 600 cfm, Performer Series ? Why (Advantages/Disadvatages)?

Asked by: Excalibur
Each of these are outstanding products and, as long as they fit on your 390, you'll be well served by any of them.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-09-21

Need a new eccellaraytor pump

Asked by: Dawson47
Look up CJ part # C4AZ9B559A
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-10-11

I have an Edelbrock RPM series manifold on a1968 390 I was reading about the 600 cfm carb , and it states it cannot be used on the RPM manifold, is there a reason for that ,thanx Rick

Asked by: Rick4x4
The carb you can use is the Performer 14073, 1407, or 1411. These are cabs are 750 CFM. You can also use the Thunder series 1805 or 18054. These carbs are 650 CFM.
Answered by: BobH
Date published: 2015-07-18

Will this fit a 1969 Mercury CougarĀ  Engine 351 Windsor

Asked by: Dan510
Yes, it's a universal part.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-07-01
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Edelbrock Carburetor 600 CFM Electric Choke - Performer Series Video Transcript
By Bill Tumas: I'm here with Cary from Edelbrock. He's going to tell us a little bit about their carburetors.

Cary: Fantastic. Thanks, Bill. Appreciate it. We've got two main series of carburetors in the Edelbrock lineup. We have our standard AVS series or Thunder series, which is an adjustable vacuum secondary. That's all AVS stands for. I'll get into a little bit of the details here in a second. The other thing we've got is our standard performer series carburetor as well. This particular one happens to be with a mechanical choke. This is our AVS series with actually an electric choke on it. So you can get any of the carburetors with mechanical or electric choke. We have three different colors that you can do as well. You can do our standard finish, our Endurashine, or black that we don't quite have here available today. But we'll show you a picture of that upcoming event.

Going into some of the features and benefits of these carburetors, they all tune very similar. We actually use a metering rod setup in each of these that makes it very simplistic to tune. You literally pull off two screws off the top. That will pull out two metering rods that are actually a tapered rod. It makes it very simple. You don't have to drain the fuel out of the bowls, unlike some of the competitors that are out there. So it makes tuning very easy. There's two little springs, one in each side, that will adjust for any of your driving habits, or any of your motors that are from mild to wild.

On our AVS, or Thunder Series carburetors, the AVS actually stands for adjustable vacuum secondary. Your secondaries are right here. This little flapper here is where your secondaries kick in and kick out. So when you put it to the throttle, or you put it to the wood, so to speak, wide open throttle, these will open up. And the bigger cubic inch motors draws this open very quickly. Smaller cubic inch motors has vacuum pull that is a little less. So what you want to do to still have that performance and have that open up quickly, you can actually take a screwdriver and a torques head, and adjust the tension that is on this spring. That is done very easily just by loosening two screws and adjusting the tension that's on that spring.

When it comes down to the tuning aspect of these things, again, this one tunes just like our Performer Series. You pull two screws here. You can adjust the actual rate of the spring load, and the metering flow that's done through the metering rods themselves. All of our carburetors, including the AVS, or adjustable vacuum secondary Thunder Series, come with multiple assortment of vacuum ports. We have our ported vacuum port for anything that's running a vacuum advance distributor. You have your big 3/8 port for your brake booster or your PCV. You have another ported, what we call vacuum port, that is a full-time vacuum for any of your other accessories.

This particular carburetor is also an electric choke version as well. You can actually adjust your electric choke by loosening these three screws and turning this either clockwise or counter-clockwise, depending on which way you want to adjust your choke. Certain environments or certain climates will need more choke. Others will need less choke. All of the linkage that is on the AVS are actually a black anodized linkage. It pops real nice on this Endurashine carburetor. It also pops very well on some of our other series as well. On the backside, you have a port that's also available that you could screw in a hose barb or a nipple to be able to run into your vacuum accessory sources, if you need one for your booster, or you need other vacuum outlets. Or you can just simply plug that off.

This is our traditional series, Performer Series carburetor that's a 1405. How do I know that? It's very simple. On the edge of all of our Performance Series carburetors, we actually type in a number, and the first four digits of those numbers actually tells us what series of carburetor it is... just a little tidbit of information. This particular carburetor is a mechanical choke carburetor. You notice that this has a lever here that will control the choke flap. On this side of the carburetor, you have your traditional linkage so when you replace your Autolight carburetor, you can pull up all of your typical accessory items right onto this linkage arm. We also have other linkage adaptors available for your Ford-specific application.

On the front side of this carburetor, you have your idle air adjustment screws. You have your ported vacuum, this top one here. That's actually for any of your vacuum advanced distributors. Some folks ask, "Well, how do you know that's the ported vacuum advance?" You'll notice that this port is higher than this one. This is actually based off of throttle. This is a constant accessory item. This particular port here is for your vacuum booster. It could be for your PCV. Or you can just cap it off. You'll notice that on our 4-barrell linkage here, there's no flaps. It's an open back. There's actually a little weight down on the inside that will adjust as your vacuum flow through your motor increases. So as your motor's in wide-open throttle, that allows this vacuum to pull this open and this weight to move. All of our carburetors are made here in the USA. They're actually made in North Carolina.

Bill: What sizes are available in these carburetors?

Cary: In these carburetors we have a 4-barrell version. They range anywhere from 500-800 CFM. If you do an AVS-style carburetor, they're in 50 CFM increments from a 650, 750, and then an 800. If you get into the Performer Series side of things, they're 500, 600, 700. And that's how they rank.

Bill: And you do offer a 2-barrell version of the performer as well.

Cary: We do offer a 2-barrell for the smaller cubic inch motors, or the Flathead Ford. We also offer multiple, we utilize that carburetor on 6 tri-powers, and 6 power, and 8 power for certain applications as well.

Bill: Okay. Well, hey, thanks for taking the time to visit today. We appreciate it.