Eastwood Rust Encapsulator
Eastwood combined the benefits of their Rust Encapsulator with their Rubberized Undercoating into one easy-to-use product. Rubberized Rust Encapsulator stops rust from spreading and can be applied directly over rust or bare metal to create a durable and flexible finish. Off-the-shelf undercoatings require the removal of all rust, and they can create air pockets that trap moisture, allowing rust to spread within those pockets, but Eastwood’s Rubberized Rust Encapsulator applies directly over rust and prevents those pockets from forming. It also helps deaden sound and can handle underhood temps up to 250 degrees. In testing conducted by Eastwood during salt spray chamber testing, the epoxy-fortified Rubberized Rust Encapsulator exceeded 1,000 hours, where over-the-counter undercoatings typically fail in the 200- to 250-hour range.
Just about every hot rodder has had one of Holley’s ubiquitous little square 600-cfm carbs on a car at some point. You might even have one still since it’s been one of their top sellers for years due to their excellent street manners, easy tuning, and reliability. They tend to run great on a wide variety of stock to mildly built street machines, thanks to their universal calibration, vacuum secondaries, adjustable needle and seats, and manual or electric choke. So how could they get better? These popular carburetors have been revamped with an aluminum main body, bowls, throttle body, and metering block. That means a 40 percent weight savings and a polished finish that stays shiny longer, and still with a price tag that fits any budget. These bolt-on-and-go performance carburetors are available with manual or electric choke (PN 0-1850SA and 0-80457SA, respectively). Both feature a single push-on–style fuel inlet, multiple vacuum ports for accessories, and Ford automatic trans kickdown. TPS linkage kits for 700-R4 and 4L60/80E are available separately.