I'm very unhappy with the Eastwood carb paint.
First it does not stick very well, if you try to apply more then one coat it lifts.
Second it does not hold up to carb spray at all
Third gasoline eats it. So if you get a gasoline leak on your Holley you will find a nice puddle of gasoline and yellow carb paint on your intake manifold.
Basicly it sucks as paint, and sucks even more as a carburetor coating.
Your carb should be rechromated. Its the only thing that really works. It will run about $95 plus shipping for a company to do that.
Ford Galaxie Club of America member #3350
1966 Galaxie 500 Convertible built in Chicago Illinois, will have a hipo 390, 780CFM 3310 holley, trick C6, Crites Aluminum radiator, California rear floor pan, and a rust free frame from the south. Work continues.
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