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03-28-2003 03:12 AM
woodz428 I'll get out my old dta books and give you a few details, but I can tell you what I remember. They are used together, I've had old trip manifolds that have the Stromberg as the primary and the Holleys as the secondary carbs. The 97 and 94 refer to the diameter of the butterfly ( maybe the venturi, but I'm almost certain it is the butterfly). So of course the stronberg flows a little better, and currently it seems to draw a lot higher prices. I get some of the circuit differences,etc. and post them later.
03-27-2003 10:48 PM
Holley 94 stromberg 97 Holley 94

What are the difference between the 3? Pros and cons of all?

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