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Old 05-23-2008, 07:05 PM   #1
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Default AED carb rebuild kit???

I sent my bro to pick me up a carb rebuild kit for my 80457 holley, and he calls me up from his buddies saying what he got was an "AED 600-950 Holley Vacuum Secondary Kit"??? Is this shyt any good? I've never heard of AED before, so if it's junk LET ME KNOW, and I'll make sure they give me a genuine HOLLEY part. Thanx for any hits, and your replies!
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1983 Mustang L
- '85 5.0 HO (.30 over, fresh rebuild)
- E7 Heads
- Stock crank, cam, and carb
- C4 Trans
- 8.8 w/4.10's & Moser C-clip eliminators
- Full exhaust
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Old 05-23-2008, 09:05 PM   #2
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Default RE: AED carb rebuild kit???

as long as it has the blue bowl gaskets i'd go ahead and use it, holley parts are made like sh*t too
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Default RE: AED carb rebuild kit???

This is thedescription of the kit from the sight.....

High Flow .110" Needle & Seats
Nylon reusable needle and seat gaskets.
Nylon reusable bowl screw gaskets.
New brass idle mixture screws.
New needle and seat nuts and screws
New accelerator pump squirter check valves.
Special no-leak fuel inlet gaskets.
Non-stick bowl & metering gaskets.
Trick vacuum secondary diaphragms.
Only the highest quality components made


......The link ishttp://www.aedperformance.com/Kits.htm if you feel like a quick look see. Thanx for the help, and tips!
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1983 Mustang L
- '85 5.0 HO (.30 over, fresh rebuild)
- E7 Heads
- Stock crank, cam, and carb
- C4 Trans
- 8.8 w/4.10's & Moser C-clip eliminators
- Full exhaust
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its always a bit unnerving tho, she is mah baby... not even a girl could take her away from me... lol
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Old 05-24-2008, 09:08 AM   #4
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Default RE: AED carb rebuild kit???

oh yeah, i have used AED gaskets they are fine dude. no worries!
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