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12-30-2002 06:31 AM
highlander007 I got impatient and posted this thing twice..will the FI heads work ok? Are the heads the same? Just wondering what type of problems I may encounter...yhanks
12-29-2002 11:23 PM
Studebaker Edelbrock makes a 4.3 intake for a carb. This can be bought through SUMMIT racing. Recommend a 500 cfm edelbrock carb or a 390 or 450 cfm holley.
12-29-2002 10:25 PM
highlander007
Question on a Vortec 4.3??

Can a 4.3 FI be converted to a manifold/carb..and if so what would be involved..changing heads maybe???

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