Holley Polished Aluminum 600 CFM Street 4160 Series 4-Barrel Carburetor with V-Bowls.
Holley's new all-aluminum 0-80458SA carburetor has all of the same great features as the classic Holley 0-80457SA carburetor with the exception of having dual inlet V-bowls. Designed for the customer with a mildly built engine and a desire for a racy dual inlet look, but who only needs a 600 CFM carburetor.
Features and Benefits:
-Vacuum secondaries allow use on wide variety of vehicles
-Electric choke for easy warm up
-Dual feed fuel inlet
-Calibrated for excellent street performance
-Ford A/T kick down, does not work with A.O.D. transmissions
-1 timed (spark) port, 1 full vacuum, and 1 PCV port
-Performance upgrade for stock to mildly modified vehicles
-Universal calibration for easy bolt-on performance
-Clear fuel level sight glasses
The carburetor on your Small Block Ford is a part that you rely upon to work. Without it, your Ford isn't going anywhere. That's why you want to make sure you get a high quality part when you replace or upgrade your carburetor, and no carburetor is going to have higher quality than the products from Holley. With more than a century of experience, and dozens of products available from CJ Pony Parts, you know you're getting the best.
Purchase a new Holley Polished Aluminum 600 CFM Street 4160 Series 4-Barrel Carburetor with V-Bowls from CJ Pony Parts today!
This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:
Product ReviewsWrite a review
hello,i have Mustang with 289ci engine with automatic transmission the year of the car is 1965.my carburetor is a four barrel.the. do you recommend the Holley 4160 600 cfm electric choke for my car.thank you
i have a 1965 6 cyl mustang with original carb. which carb you recommend for a better performance? thanks
I have a 1967 Mustang, 390 GT. What type of your Holley 4-V carbs fits best for my street car?
this carburetor is used for the V8 302 engine, or which you carburetor (aluminum) recommend me
Is there a Holley or Edelbrock 4 barrel carb that will mount (plug and play) to a 1972 Mustang Mach 1 without modification? Engine: 351 Cleveland 2V
I have a 1966 Mustang 289 A code engine, 4-spd. What is the difference between the Holley 4160 600 CFM carbs 0-80457SA, 0-80458SA, and 0-80457S and which do you recommend? The engine is only mildly modified. Thank you
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