I think I have talked to T. Zeman before but not sure? I think he called me to tell me he had a nice supply of Holleys on hand. But I can't be sure it was him. I talk to so many people.
I appreciate the kind comments here. One of the things we have tried to do is share all of what I've learned at the race track in Stock Eliminator and pass that along in the way of carb restoration to our customer base. When we restore a carb, I do set it up to gain the most performance without changing or modifying the carb. This comes from years of research and hundreds of hours on the dyno and reading exhaust EGT's in concert with the #610, 472, 163, 069 and 569 intake manifold runners. There is horsepower in the jetting, power valves, needle and seats and float levels. We have seen eight to ten hp gains just in the way of tuning. So, if you drive your car, there can be gains in performance on the street for sure. If you don't drive the car, then the performance angle is not as big a deal to many. But setting up the Holleys to make them the most efficient has become quite a challenge and what we love to do at CHP.