is a family owned and operated company, with a history of specialist
service dating back over 70 years. The name of Howarth has become
synonymous with carburettors. From the late 1920's Harry Howarth established
this business in Concord before moving to the present site on Parramatta
Road at Burwood, around 1940.
early days, full mechanical repairs were undertaken and by the
mid 1950's carburettor and engine tuning became the main direction.
Ray Howarth, Harry's son, came into the business after the end
of W.W.II and continued the reputation for expertise in the fuel
to concentrate on carburettors, it was a natural progression
to build up a vast range of parts to suit, from Model 'T'
Fords to the latest from Europe and America.
until 1975, when Tim Howarth joined the company. After a few years
it was evident that with such a range of parts and experience,
a move into wholesaling carburettor components was justified,
and this started when the Bennix company, manufacturers of the
Stromberg range, granted CSC distributor status. From then on
the range of fuel system components available grew, with Fuel
Miser coming on board in the mid 1980's.
has parts to suit Weber, Holley, Rochester, Dellarto, Stromberg,
Solex, Zenith, Carter, SM, CD, Autolite, Aisan, Nikki, Hitachi and
Mikuni. Whilst making every effort to satisfy demand on all carry
types, we have limited our resources to cover mainly car and truck
applications. This means that motorcycle, outbord and small engines
(chainsaws, etc) are not catered for, however, some industrial and
farm applications can be satisfied.
with over 60 years combines experience, includes:
Jackson: Service manager - with over 30
years experience in the business is arguably the most talented
carburettor and tuning technician in Australia today.
Howarth: Managing Director -
a third generation carburettor specialist, bringing marketing
expertise and sourcing experience to the company.
is committed to quality, both in sales and service. If we can't
source the part, or repair your unit, then we'll know someone