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Old 06-02-2007, 10:52 PM
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Edelbrock Vs Holley For Small Block

OK i have a small block chevy with a total cube of about 390 has dart iron eagle 210 heads with a 550 lift energey cam. I went online and found a CFM calculator and it told me 750 cfm i also have a plate Nitrous kit for it and want to squeez a 150 shot on it. So my question is..........is 750 cfm enough for all that and also i was thinking of going with the the edelbrock 750 cfm carb http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku thats the summit part # it's cheaper then the holley and i'm sure edelbrock makes a quality peoduct so u guys tell me what you all think

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Old 06-02-2007, 11:27 PM
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Never touched a edelbrock before but, it would take some pretty bad things to make me stop wanting to use a holley. Modular design is great for fast easy changing of jets and power valves.
A lot of people love edelbrock, a lot of people love holley. You will have to fiddle and tune whichever one you pick. Holley just gets it done easier for me.
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holley all the way!!! much easyer to work with/ tune ect..., but 750 should be plenty if its a holly 750 double pumper!!!
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Another vote for Holley here!! Have used them for years and have no complaints! Gotta go with what you can work on the easiest and for me thats Holley.
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For me Holley all the way.
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Its all Holley for me. I've used both.
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