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Old 09-23-2008, 04:00 PM
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625 afb carb calibration kit

i have a 625 afb carb electric choke that i bot and i checked which jets and metering rods it had according to an edelbrock manual-i got a hold of a carter calibration kit and i was wondering if anyone out there could tell me which part number are the stock metering rods and primary and secondary jets that this 625 afb carb uses. It has been tuned to run lean by previous owner and i want to put this carb on my stock 350 chevy small block any idea wut part numbers they are?
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I've got an Edelbrock 600 Electric Choke and it came with .098 primary jet, a .075 X.047 rod, yellow spring and a .095 secondary jet. I think they're pretty much the same carb.
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alright man! kool! thats pretty much wut i changed the primary and secondary jets to-i just didnt wana put the carb back on my truck before some responded to my post cuz it was fouling my plugs before. thanxs man!
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Old 09-30-2008, 08:33 PM
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just a tip- funny thing about an AFB it doesnt like to be bumped around. their spring loaded needle and seat is super easy to install and will allow your truck to cover rougher terrain and city potholes.
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