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Old 06-30-2006, 10:19 AM
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what about its fuel circuits do you like ? do you understand how the variable venturi works ? variable venturi carbs have been used at the factory level before. i think the ford EFBC was such. they have proven to be a viable way to meter fuel.

most modern engines are built ,or blueprinted, if you will, with combinations in mind. the intake manifold from said combination usually performs best with the carb it was designed for.

i have used holleys with performer(non eps) manifolds with no problems. however, did you ever notice how the plenum area is bigger in back for the spreadbore manifolds?

try putting your predator on a performer intake, they claim they are best for low end !

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