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Old 04-17-2007, 03:49 PM
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edelbrock preformer and holley 2d injection carb

i am looking to buy a chevy 350 fitted with edelbrock preformer and holley 2d injection carb has anyone had any experiance with this setup that can tell me any pros and cons?

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i am guessing that the holley 2d is a rare thing?
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Are we to presume that you mean the Holley 2D TBI fuel injection? If so, the term carb is throwing folks a curve as this isn't a carburetor it's what's called Throttle Body (fuel) Injection (TBI).

This requires a computer to operate, either the point design Holley or the GM TBI black box. Also needed are a bunch of sensors that supply information to the computer about the engine's operating situation.

This isn't a bolt on in the sense of a carburetor.

Please clarify what it is you're thinking about regarding this thing.

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hi sorry you will have to excuse me as i dont know very much about these engines
the story is that i have been offered a 350 sbc with the above items fitted i was also told that it has an adjustable ecu with 5 knobs on it and thats about all i know

i dont know if its helps though
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That sounds complete, go for it.

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ive made my mind up and thats the one i am going for its fitted in to a overfinch rangerover which is running its just the guy cant afford to run a car that only does 11 to the gallon and at 97pence a litre nearly $2 he is putting a smaller engine in it.

i was just curoius as to why i couldnt find much about this holley 2d in case its a load of junk

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Go here <<<http://www.holley.com/>>> then <<<http://www.holley.com/division/Holley.asp>>> then go down the page to Fuel Injection which should open <<<http://www.holley.com/types/Commander%20950%202-Bbl%20Throttle%20Body%20Systems.asp>>> on this page find which unit you have.

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Old 04-18-2007, 05:47 PM
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Like what oldbogie was saying try here.
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