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03-11-2008 07:34 PM
86regal i did look up dual carbs but didnt find anything useful to me

the motor has flowtech headers and a lunati voodoo cam(forgot the specs)
other then that the motor is stock
its in a car that i just bought(1990 trans am)
03-11-2008 07:30 PM
topfuel There are many threads on this subject. Try doing a search and see if you find the info you are looking for that way. If not, please give us some more specific info on your combination.
03-11-2008 07:30 PM
NEW INTERIORS I ran two 450's on a tunnel ram on my 350.I had two 600's,But ran alot better with the 450's.That's 900 cfm's,You would usually run 600 to 750 cfm's On a single carb motor.My 350 was a 11:1 motor.If I was to run another tunnel ram,I will go with the 450's again. If you want max performance,Go with one carb.
03-11-2008 07:15 PM
86regal
dual carb

whats the best set up for a dual carb set up for a Chevy 350?
what would be the best advantages/disadvantages for each set up?
what would be the power gain over a stock intake/carb?

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