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11-28-2006 07:09 PM New Carb
I went from a 650 down to a 600. The primaries in the 650 are bigger then the secondaries in the 600 The Holley 650 primaries and secondaries were the same size. The edelbrock has smaller primaries and larger secondaries. Its also better on gas.

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03-09-2006 06:37 PM Well dosent that beat all
I have been driving the car for a while now
I post over on PFF most of the time

Didnt want to just let this slip and not update it.
If you have an questions you can e-mail me at
[email protected]

Feel free to e-mail me or send me a pm if you want to know anything. I just dont get on here enough and dont seem to have time to keep up.
Thanks for looking

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01-28-2006 07:34 PM Well lets just catch up
OK I have been real lazy and not updated this.
I have to motor cleaned up and installed in my GT.
The wiring is done I just need to install some loom to clean it up.
I haven't driven it yet because I still have to fix the clutch.
Its been fun working on it but frustrating at the same time.

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01-02-2006 06:15 AM Out with the old and in with the new
Old 2.8 is out and sold to another enthusiast to help keep more Fieros on the road.

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01-02-2006 06:13 AM Now I have this SBC where do I put it?
Well my wife being the fine person she is helped out on that end. I attribute all the problems Jason had with the car to the car he started with. It was just past its prime.
On our 16th wedding anaversery my wife bought me a 1986 Pontiac GT. It has a 5 speed and is in real nice shape.

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