In 1938, when Henry Ford needed a more efficient carburetor for his new 24-stud V8 engine, he contracted development to the Chandler-Groves Company and the 94 two-barrel carburetor was born, fueling Ford Flathead engines until production ceased in 1957. Flash-forward to 2010 and the 94 is once again available, by none other than Edelbrock! Adding to Edelbrock?s reputation of bolton and perform carburetors, the Edelbrock 94 two barrel carburetor is intended for nostalgic and period correct hot rods and restorations, providing the most accurate and best performing solution on the market. The Edelbrock 94 features die-cast bowl and air horn with a cast iron 3-bolt flange. It's throttle shaft has been extended to make it easier to set-up dual and triple carburetor combinations, especially when used with Edelbrock?s exclusive progressive linkage. Extensive testing, both on the road and in our state-of-the-art engine dynamometer facility has allowed Edelbrock to fine tune power valve and jetting combinations to deliver smooth and strong performance. It is finished off with a zinc-dichromate coating for durability and classic looks.
- 3-bolt flange and cast iron base
- Designed and calibrated for use in small cubic inch engines
- Match with an Edelbrock intake manifold, cylinder heads, linkage and fuel blocks for the complete classic look of the hot rod era
- Will fit Edelbrock Ford Flathead intake manifolds #1100, #1103, #1108, #1109 and Small-Block Chevy #5414 and #5418