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Old 07-04-2004, 11:56 AM
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Supercharger Carb

I am installing a b&m 250 powercharger on my SB350 chevy and I was wondering what carb to run. I currently have a 750cfm vac secondary Holley that I know will not work because of the power valve circuit not being boost referenced. I will be running a single carb, so it has to flow around 800cfm, but I dont see a holley recommended for this blower. I think I want to run a Edelbrock carb anyway, so which one should I run? Also, what size metering rods etc will I need? This is all in a 1969 chevy C-10 pick up that I use for work and fun.

My set up is
350 SB 4 bolt main bored 30 over
Stock heads 72cc
CR 8.8-1
MSD 6AL box
Accell 50,000 Volt coil
Stock distributor with Pertronix kit
MSD 8.2mm wires
Accell Header plugs
Hedman Headers with 2.5 inch duals and 40 series flows
700r4 performance bulit automatic
B&M ratchet shifter

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