13 Best Automotive Performance Carburetor Rebuild Kits

List Updated December 2020

Bestselling Automotive Performance Carburetor Rebuild Kits in 2020


AED 4150 Ultimate Holley Double Pumper Carburetor Kit

AED 4150 Ultimate Holley Double Pumper Carburetor Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Kits are attractively skin packaged in multi color layouts for a great point of purchase display
  • Greatly reduces inventory and makes kit matching extremely easy
  • Compatibility: holley 390-1000 cfm double pumper carburetors

Holley 37-936 Carburetor Renew Kit

Holley 37-936 Carburetor Renew Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Improves power and fuel economy
  • Has detailed instructions to aid in a complete rebuild
  • Includes new gaskets, O-rings, pump diaphragm, needle and seat, power valve, and instruction sheet

Walker Products 15299B Carburetor Kit

Walker Products 15299B Carburetor Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Carburetor kit (C-4)
  • 100% OEM style components insure proper fit and assist with easy rebuilding of the fuel system as all parts match the original OEM components
  • High quality coated gaskets insure a proper seal and resist today's volatile fuel mixtures in the marketplace
  • Easy to read instructions insure a quick and easy installation with step by step rebuilding instructions including pictures
  • Walker fuel system repair kit includes all installation accessories including OE style clip rivets, float gauge and float specification kit

Walker Products 15851B Carburetor Kit

Walker Products 15851B Carburetor Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Carburetor kit (R-2)
  • 100% OEM style components insure proper fit and assist with easy rebuilding of the fuel system as all parts match the original OEM components
  • High quality coated gaskets insure a proper seal and resist today's volatile fuel mixtures in the marketplace
  • Easy to read instructions insure a quick and easy installation with step by step rebuilding instructions including pictures
  • Walker fuel system repair kit includes all installation accessories including OE style clip rivets, float gauge and float specification kit

HIFROM Carburetor Rebuild Kit Carb Repair for Honda TRX450ES TRX 450 ES Foreman 1998-2003 (1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003)

HIFROM Carburetor Rebuild Kit Carb Repair for Honda TRX450ES TRX 450 ES Foreman 1998-2003 (1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • 1. Carburetor Rebuild Repair Kit For Honda TRX450ES Foreman 1998-2003
  • 2. Package included: as the picture show
  • 3. Perfect Carburetor Rebuild Repair Kit tools to rebuild your carburetor to good performance.
  • 4. HIFROM focus on provide high quality products at fair price, Professional technical support; 3 Months warranty ; if you unsatisfy with our product, you can return to our USA warehouse, no risk.

JET 201004 4M Quadrajet Rebuild Kit

JET 201004 4M Quadrajet Rebuild Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Fits 4M Quadrajets 1966-1978
  • High quality
  • Also includes air horn gasket carburetor to intake gasket and air cleaner gasket

JET 201005 Carburetor Rebuild Kit

JET 201005 Carburetor Rebuild Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Genuine JET product

Walker Products 151101A Carburetor Kit

Walker Products 151101A Carburetor Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Carburetor kit (HI-2)
  • 100% OEM style components insure proper fit and assist with easy rebuilding of the fuel system as all parts match the original OEM components
  • High quality coated gaskets insure a proper seal and resist today's volatile fuel mixtures in the marketplace
  • Easy to read instructions insure a quick and easy installation with step by step rebuilding instructions including pictures
  • Walker fuel system repair kit includes all installation accessories including OE style clip rivets, float gauge and float specification kit

Freedom County ATV FC03320 Carburetor Rebuild Kit for Yamaha YFZ450

Freedom County ATV FC03320 Carburetor Rebuild Kit for Yamaha YFZ450
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Fits Yamaha YFZ450 04-09

Freedom County ATV FC03042 Carburetor Rebuild Kit for Honda TRX250EX Sportrax, TRX250 Recon

Freedom County ATV FC03042 Carburetor Rebuild Kit for Honda TRX250EX Sportrax, TRX250 Recon
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Fits Honda TRX250EX Sportrax 01-05, TRX250 Recon 97-05

RADKE SERVICES VW Solex 28 Thru 34 Pict 3 Complete Carburetor Rebuild Kit With Cut Off Valve

RADKE SERVICES VW Solex 28 Thru 34 Pict 3 Complete Carburetor Rebuild Kit With Cut Off Valve
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • RADKE SERVICES VW Solex 28 Thru 34 Pict 3 Complete Carburetor Rebuild Kit With Cut Off Valve

Holley 703-34 Marine Carburetor Rebuild Kit

Holley 703-34 Marine Carburetor Rebuild Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • Kit includes gaskets, o-rings, pump diaphragm, needle and seat, power valve, and instruction sheet for complete installation
  • Detailed instructions included for rebuild process
  • 90-day warranty

AED Performance 4500 Dominator Rebuild Kit

AED Performance 4500 Dominator Rebuild Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Reusable Gaskets
  • High Flow Needle and Seats
  • Nylon Bowl Screws
  • New brass idle mixture screws
  • New needle and seat nuts and screws

Christine Brewer Singing Strauss's "Four Last Songs" with the Los Angeles Philharmonic in Disney Hall

Review of LA Philharmonic Nov. 2020 performance of Ligetti's "Atmospherics," Beethoven's Sixth Symphony, and Strauss's "4 Last Songs" with Christine Brewer, conducted by Gustavo Dudamel.

Disney Hall is considerably smaller than Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco and with "Dudamania" raging in Los Angeles, friends there were surprised that we could get tickets. (The explanation of that was "connections": our entourage was organized by a friend of the soloist, so that we were also authorized to go backstage after the concert - though it took the help of a security guard to guide us to "backstage." "Backstage" is not an obvious location in a theater pretty much in the round!)

Ms. Brewer has a big, powerful voice that could (and often does!) fill a larger hall with beautiful, rich sound. The Strauss songs do not require full Brünhilde throttle. (Brewer was also preparing an upcoming LA Opera "Götterdamerung" Brünhilde), though there is a juncture in the third song that provides a thrilling soprano crescendo that gives me goose bumps when a soprano who can really do it (like Brewer or Jessye Norman in her prime) does it.

I could always hear the soprano, but thought that the orchestra was playing too loudly (or the fabled acoustics are imperfect). I have thought this in other live performances of the songs. Perhaps my sense of proper balance is overly influenced by recordings (there is a 2020 recording by Brewer with Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Donald Runnicles; I already have recordings of Jessye Norman, Gundula Janowitz, and Elisabeth Schwarzkopf doing them), but I think that Maestro Dudamel should have lowered the orchestral volume at some junctures. He certainly did so at the end of the opening piece, György Ligetti's (1961) "Atmospherics" (Atmosphères), forever "space ship music" since its use in Stanley Kubrick's (1968) "2001: A Space Odyssey." (Ligetti (1923-2020), BTW, was reportedly concerned that he would be forgotten after his death and also was dismayed that his music was used in a movie, though that use is the primary reason he has not been forgotten.)

The Ligetti, which runs about ten minutes, is all texture with no discernible melody or rhythm and no harmony in any conventional sense. It begins with a gigantic tone cluster that includes every note in the chromatic scale played at once. (None of the fifty-six string players play the same note in this opening "chord.") Ligetti called what he was doing "micropolyphony": "The complex polyphony of the individual parts is embodied in a harmonic-musical flow, in which the harmonies do not change suddenly, but merge into one another; one clearly discernible interval combination is gradually blurred, and from this cloudiness it is possible to discern a new interval combination taking shape."

Dudamel grew up with this music (written two decades before he was born) as familiar. I wouldn't say that it is "old hat," because the old, way-too-powdered woman sitting beside me asked me after the piece if it was "new music." It premiered only a dozen years after the Strauss, so I answered "Not very" (and forebore suggesting she wear less gag-inducing layers of powder and perfume to future concerts she attends...)

I adore the last three (in the usual order of performance) Strauss songs: "September" and "Beim Schlafengehen" (Going to Sleep), settings of poems by Herman Hesse, and "Abendrot" (At Sunset) Strauss's setting of a poem by Joseph von Eichendorff, which was composed in 1948, before the three Hesse settings ("Frühling" (Spring) is for me the least of them for me).

Strauss did not know that these would be his last compositions. Indeed, he was working on setting another Hesse poem. Nor is there any indication that he thought of "Abendrot" being part of a composition of four songs. Be that as it may, it is the one that befits closure: the lyrics end with the words "Ist dies etwa der Tod?" (Is this perhaps death?) followed by a quotation of the "transfiguration theme" from his "Death and Transfiguration" (Tod und Verklärung) written six decades earlier (when he was about the age Dudamel is now). The instrumental conclusion is gorgeous but unshowy. Indeed, beautiful sound is spun by the soprano, the concertmaster's violin solos, and prominent brass (as in most Strauss) and both Brewer and Dudamel commanded the sweep of Strauss's soaring, often radiant, lyrical lines. (Brewer showed not the slightest strain in wafting the often long German phrases through the hall.)

After intermission (and with some difficulty finding my way back to the entrance to the section where I was sitting), the audience settled deeper into the Romantic canon even than Strauss's last songs with Beethoven's Sixth/Pastoral Symphony, which was premiered along with the Fifth in the Theater an der Wien 22 on December 1808.

Though not recently, I have heard the Beethoven Sixth many times. I'd forgotten how Classical (in contrast to Romantic) the first movement - Erwachen heiterer Empfindungen bei der Ankunft auf dem Lande (Awakening of cheerful feelings upon arrival in the country) - is. The melodious brook of the next movement also sounded Classical. Although Dudamel has expressed his admiration for Leonard Bernstein, Dudamel does not tarry in the Bernstein manner of milking scores at funereal tempi. Indeed, Dudamel moved through the Strauss at a relatively fast clip.

The Allegro Lustiges Zusammensein der Landleute (Happy gathering of country folk) rollicked. The musicians seemed to be enjoying themselves as much as the country folk conjured by Beethoven. The also Allegro storm was ferocious (thunderous). I had no doubts about the acoustics for loud orchestra! (I did, however, feel that the San Francisco brass are superior to the LA brass.)

The final Allegretto movement - Hirtengesang. Frohe und dankbare Gefühle nach dem Sturm (Shepherds' song; cheerful and thankful feelings after the storm) - brought the audience to its feet (for the second time; Brewer also received a standing ovation). I thought that the performance was better than competent, but not deserving of so rapturous a standing ovation. (I think San Franciscans are also promiscuous in giving standing ovations and that standing ovations should be exceptional, not the reward for good work.)

"Dudamania" may be excessive, but on the basis of the concert I heard, I have no reason to doubt that he is "the real thing." He seemed pleasingly humble both in crediting everyone else except himself in responding to applause and in passing him and a court of admirers backstage as we were leaving with the Brewers (husband and daughter as well as the soloist of the evening).

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