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Old 04-23-2008, 12:19 PM
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Tri Power Help!!

I am putting a tri power setup togethger for my 350 SBC. it is all ready to run with the excepetion of no choke. i want to run an electric choke. i have the right housing for one on my center one. Where do i get one? what year car ran one?

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Do you have a photo? What type of carbs are you running? If you are using original type carbs (2GC Rochesters, I think) I don't know that any car ever came equipped with an electric choke on one of these carbs. But there is probably a conversion out there that'll work.

For the folks here to help you, it'd be good to post the type carbs you are using.

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The carbs are rochester 2GC (small base). it has the housing for a carb mounted choke tht gets heat from the manifold. i need a choke that goes in there.

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The integrated choke 2G carbs were generally found on the smaller pontiac V8s and V6's. Check with your local parts store and look up something in the mid-late 70's
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