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Old 04-27-2008, 11:17 AM
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Blower Carb

Been searching for a carb for my sbc build and have seen that Holley and other carb companies make "Blower Specific" carbs. What is the difference in these as opposed to a normal carb?

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The blower specific carb means the carb was modified so the power valve is referenced to manifold pressure.The carbs are designed for draw through blowers.
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You might consider a Predator Carb. I have one on my truck and love it.
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I wasn't aware Predator made a BC, you have your's on a blower motor? What does it flow, and single only? What size blower/motor?

I've had interest in the Predator since it came out, just curious how it performs on a blower motor.
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