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Beautiful Superformance GT-40 sporting a 427 W. Rousch engine making approx. 550 horsepower, the carburetor is a TMP Carbs Premier Series 1100 CFM 4150 Holley utilizing Weber Power Plates, adjustable 1:1 cam plate throttle linkage - set on full 1:1.  The Premier Series carb transformed the cars performance from a fairly fast but tame GT-40 into a very drive-able and civilized, careful which way it's pointed when you get on the throttle BEAST!!!!!

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TMP Carbs 1250 Holley Dominator w/ Weber Power Plates

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1967 Camaro Convertible, 350 Vortec engine, 4 spd. Muncie, TMP Carbs prepared 900 CFM Holley
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1967 Shelby GT-500 Eleanor Mustang sporting a 347 built by Chris' Precision Machine in Watsonville, CA and a TMP Carbs prepared Demon.  Sweet ride!
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This 1968 Camaro sports a mild 396, 4 spd. and runs a 1.48" dia. venturi (approx. 850 CFM) TMP Carbs double pumper carburetor.  Runs real nice.  Takes WOT at a low RPM and nearly yanks the front tire off the ground.
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1.60" diameter venturi (1000 CFM) TMP Carbs mechanical secondary carburetor on this mild, vintage Edelbrock Torker equipped 455 Oldsmobile street car.  Runs very nice.
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Sweet running TMP Carbs 1000 carb "out-of-the-box", but tuning once the beautiful Stingray's engine is broken in will undoubtedly make this 427 BBC sing like nobodies business!

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440 Chrysler running two TMP Carbs modified 4779s
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Vroooom!
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1.70" diameter venturi 1050 - 1100 CFM TMP Carbs carb
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2001 California IMCA State Champion - with a gas engine in a field dominated by alcohol fueled cars
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FE 428 Cobra running a 1:1 linkage TMP Carbs 1.50" diameter venturi carburetor.
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1968 Shelby GT-350 running in the Vintage Auto Racing Assocition (VERA).  In early 2000s the car ran a 9:1 Boss 302 with fully ported Boss 302 heads, aluminum dual plane intake and a 1.50" diameter venturi, Weber Power Plated TMP Carbs "Premier Series"carburetor.  This particular engine was able to take WOT @ 1700 RPM in 4th gear without bogging, stumble or protest.  The carb and tuning netted over a 4 second reduction in lap times at Willow Springs Raceway.
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Another Shelby GT-350 running in the Vintage Auto Racing Association.  This car in the early 2000s ran a SBF with Edelbrock Victor heads and Victor Jr. intake and a 1.50" diameter venturi, Weber Power Plated TMP Carbs "Premier Series" carburetor
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Weingartner Racing Engines 2009 Engine Masters Challenge (EMC) entry sporting two TMP Carbs carburetors on his SBC
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Nelson Racing Engines 2001 Engine Masters Challenge (EMC) entry on the dyno with a Weber Power Plated TMP Carbs "Premier Series" 1100 CFM carb running full 1:1 throttle linkage.  Engine took WOT @ 2300 RPM.  Nelson's entry took 7th place making 426 lbs. torque at 2500 RPM and just over 550 horsepower @ 6500 RPM.  We had ONLY two (2) days of tuning and R&D with the engine on the dyno prior to running it in the EMC
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