How Holley Carburetors are Made ~ Tour Holley’s Bowling Green Factory

Holley Carburetor Close-up Photo

If you’ve ever driven a vehicle equipped with a Holley carburetor, chances are that carburetor was built in Holley’s factory in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Holley has been building carburetors in the same facility for more than 50 years. —From tiny two-barrel carbs to monster, big-block-feeding Dominators and the EFI throttle bodies that feed NASCAR V-8s, this single factory does it all.

YouTube channel SmarterEveryDay joins Shane Weckerly, VP of Strategic Planning of Holley, and tour the manufacturing facility and follow a carburetor being built from the ground up…

About Holley

For over a century, Holley has driven the cutting edge of fuel-system design. That work continues today through Holley’s market-leading EFI products as well as through Holley’s family of best-in-industry brands.

Top brands like MSD, Flowmaster, Hurst, Accel, and many more make up the industry’s leading offering of enthusiast-driven products to deliver robust, complete performance solutions for builders, racers, and drivers. From propelling the LS-, Coyote-, and Gen 3 Hemi-swap trends, to continuously innovating late-model and vintage vehicle performance, Holley’s commitment to its customers and their cars is at the core of everything they do.