History and Options of 1955 Chevrolet Tri-Five Carburetors Part 1 "1955"
- Concentric fuel bowl-Regardless of any shift of fuel level in the bowl, the main metering jet is at all times immersed in fuel.
- Centrally located main discharge nozzle-a shift in fuel level has little or no effect on the rate of discharge from the nozzle.
- The main well and supported assembly, which contains the main metering jet and the power valve, is attached to the cover and suspended in the float bowl which provides ease in servicing.
- Automatic Choke-Insures proper starting and driving carburetion during cold weather operations.
- A fast idle mechanism, which is in linkage with the choke lever, is an aid to more efficient cold weather warm-up, insuring correct idle speeds during warm-up period.