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I wouldn't worry about iron as long as everything lines up and seals. iron is much more stable than aluminum.
max wedges used a ratio adapter. i use a ratio adapter in my '65 coronet.
if your referring to the mixture screws at the base of the carb, then edelbrocks work.
at least 2.94 or maybe 2.76 for 80mph cruise.
a lot depends on the reduction percentage of the reducer.
i use a ratio reducer. never seen a 21 either but do have a 20 i stumbled on. you can do some juggling with a reducer and 17-19 tooth pinions...
pretty difficult to find. a ratio reducer is an option but not cheap.
i bought new ones from year one.
nissan pathfinder transmission? you'll need an adapter,...lol.
i've got a new 5 button part number 2571501 switch, if you think it will work.
yep. got one i don't need.
i found 2 plates. they have a canted oval hole at the bottom. if you have a pic of what you need i'll see if it matches what i have.
like the title says i'm looking for a '65 b-body big block automatic trans throttle cable bracket. not sure if '64 or earlier will work,....?
the only practical difference between an afb and avs is the secondary air valves. chrysler used a unique tall primary jet on afb and avs but the...
use the edelbrocks.
dodges and plymouths are different. you might want to specify to avoid getting the wrong hangers.
the corvette carbs are 3660 and 3659.
i don't know anything about TMP carbs. i would caution you to be careful about buying something "modded up to fit". cfm numbers for 2bbl carbs are...
those ford carbs are very small. probably flow a little less than the Demon 3x2's which are only 750cfm at best.
there never was a mechanical 6-pak carb system from the factory. there was an aftermarket set-up that could be bought at speed shops in the early...