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Old 07-18-2010, 07:37 PM
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Predator Carb Help

I have a big block Chevy Predator Carb and no part number. Only patent number; 4283355. Anyone know if I can use it on a 350 GM? Will that work or can it be re-jetted down? Thanks for the feedback

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Old 07-18-2010, 07:44 PM
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Try this

You can use it on a 350, built .
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Old 07-20-2010, 08:42 PM
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Because this is MORE of a ENGINE question than General Rodding .. ... As a moderator I am moving this thread to the ENGINE area where hopefully you will receive more views and get answers from members who are more " engine orientated ... "


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F-BIRD'88, You are so full of feces that it's running out of your ears.With only three settings, there is no carburater that is easier to tune than a Preditor. They work on big engines, or small engines. You can probably get better performance from a Holley or Q-Jet, but they take more finesse to get there.

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Hey these carbs are awesome! I just put one on my carbed 6.0 LS motor. Absolutely instant throttle response! The best responding carb i have ever used. I had a holley HP before this.
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