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Old 12-03-2003, 11:39 PM
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whats a good combo?

i got a 80 305 SBC, what is a good cam, intake, and carb combo for a daily driver?
im thinking

CAM:Edelbrock #2102
INTAKE: Edelbrock #2101
CARB:

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Old 12-04-2003, 12:37 AM
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may as well just go ith an edelbrock 1406 ..... that way you have a complete edelbrock working combo.

EDIT : 1406 for the carb...
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Old 12-04-2003, 01:15 AM
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hey thanks HARVICKx29


anyone know the differnce between the eldelbrock Performer-Link True-Rolling Timing Chain Sets #7800 and 7802?
which one would i need? i was looking on the edelbrock site and it doesnt say or im just blind


How much power diff is ther with a edelbrock carb over a stock one? is it really worth it?


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what kind of carb do you have now? if it's a spreadbore then you need the spreadbore intake... if it's a squarebore then ya need the squarebore intake.... it's probably a spreadbore quadrajet...

my guess on the edelbrock website http://www.edelbrock.com/automotive/timingchains.html. the 7802 works with all sbc's and the 7800 works with only the blocks listed... also the 7800 cannot be used on pollution controlled vehicles.
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im not shure what kinda carb i got right now... its just stock, i could pull it off tommarow and see though.

so i guess ill go with the 7802 timing chain since it works on all SBC
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