Maybe not as is, but it can be modified to function properly, if you get the throttle valve cable geometry correct.
Originally Posted by 331hemi
Holley has to post that warning to protect themselves from customers who don't know how to setup a TV cable.
Before I converted to EFI, I successfully used a Holley carburetor (with same OD warning) and a Ford AOD transmission.
Using an aftermarket adjustable throttle valve cable kit (Lokar KD-2518HT), and maybe an additional throttle lever bracket (Holley 20-121 or 20-14 & 20-40), it can work properly. (Disregard the Holley 20-121 bracket references pertaining to GM transmissions, because the Lokar fitting clips on the same way.) It's all about pulling the TV cable, the same distance as the throttle lever actuation. The Holley 20-121 bracket pulls it less and the Holley 20-14 bracket (inverted) pulls it more. One way or another, it's possible.
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