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Old 02-26-2013, 12:22 PM
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Okay keep you updated haha

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haha im still googling for peopple who ran a carter carb like me .. i read a lot of storys it wil kill the low rpm
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Carter carbs are excellent and easy to work on. Pretty much just use the most aggressive accelerator pump position.
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just use the agressive accelerator pump position?? can u explain haha to difficuld with the bad english from me haha,,, iil use a tbi pump in the tank its a strong pump right? and a carb fuel pressuere regulator ..it has a retour so i will use that im drive on lpg most time and i will the fuel stay pumping around .. so i between the fuel pressure regulator i mount a elec valve . so the gas wil pomp around while drive on lpg
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haha im still googling for peopple who ran a carter carb like me .. i read a lot of storys it wil kill the low rpm
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If your carb is the 9635 (625 cfm according to my info), it'll be fine. In fact you can use Edelbrock Performer carb info for it. Some links are here.

You should use a divided plenum intake on your 305.

The new black powder coated Edelbrock carbs look good:

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divided plenum intake ?? have a wheiand x-celorator and already a carter 625 .. is that =- the same combi ,, i also found a youtube video that engine has a little bigger lift but a litle smaller valve i have 188 150 valves... but with the same carb .. will mine engine be like this?
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I see your intake doesn't have the notches (red arrows below), to use a divider plate to separate the intake into two halves. Using a divider doesn't exactly make the intake a dual plane, but will help the 305 run better.

I guess you can see if you can make something similar to use (it is just a flat piece of aluminum, fit to the floor of the intake), but using an open plenum intake is not the hot setup for a 305 w/a mild cam. But if that's all you have, you'll just have to use it.



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not the hot setup.. so it will run not nice? do i have to split the inlet... ? dont know it thats going right
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i have aluminium and i can weld a plate in it but dont know how big or how ling .. why will it run not like with a dividerplate? why does the intake not have a plate .. whats the tought about te exelorator concept?
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Intake Manifolds Dual plane Vs Single Plane

i found here a conversation of people using a singelplane.. there are people who say it rund good and people say it runs after 3000 rpm.. actually im nog want to buy another intake.. and putting a piece of plate is also not what i wanna do,, but if you say it wil run like crap .. it has to.!
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is torker 2 likly the same as a wheiand x-cel
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The problem w/a single plane (aka 'open plenum') intake when used on a smaller or milder built engine, is the movement of the air/fuel mixture into the cylinders is delayed due to the larger area the cylinder is pulling the air/fuel mixture from. A divided plenum will have better response at a lower rpm because less volume means less delay for the air/fuel mixture to move into a cylinder. Also an open plenum intake will have lower idle vacuum than a dual plane intake, all else being equal.

This is way oversimplified, there are also things like the cross section area and length of the ports that affects how a particular intake will perform. You can do a search for dual plane vs. single plane intakes (or similar terms) for more detailed info.

There are a few single plane intakes that can bridge the gap between open and divided plenum intakes. One example it the discontinued Streetmaster (there were several versions). It used a small port to keep the velocity up. The X-Cellerator and Torquer type intakes have larger runners than the Streetmaster.

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Now, I won't say it'll run like crap using your intake. But I WILL say a dual plane like an Edelbrock EPS will work better.
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ok so what to do .. ? will it runn .. dit you see the video? will my distributor have problems becouse the vacuum.. and if there is no option to run it like i have it now is there a adaptor plate?
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Wezz:

The 2 intakes you have are both 360 DEG. plenum, higher RPM intakes but the Xcelerator is your best choice of the 2, What Cobalt is saying is a divider plate will help a lot when it comes to street low RPM driving! Or you could run a 1in. 4 hole spacer it would help a little to. the best intake for your build would be a 180 DEG. plenum intake like this>

http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/atta...1&d=1361921140

You should have no problems with vacuum. The plate looks like this
http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/atta...1&d=1361921664


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