If this thing has been built to CJ specs, it needs a 735 CFM 4150 HOLLEY. No other carburetor has any business on a FORD. Save the CARTERS and ROCHESTERS for the BOW-TIE BOYS.62galaxiguy said:Im ready to break-in my rebuilt ford 390 9.5 to 1 forged pistons crane 901 hyd cam fpa long tube headers stock ford 4bbl intake rebuilt cj heads basically a mild street build maybe 335 hp.Which carb would be best edelbrock or holley?
this is what the 66 fairlane gt comes with from the factory.KULTULZ said:
I gots one of them there carbs in my garage. I gots it in a trade. Me thinks it was from an 80's 5.0 muskrat.KULTULZ said:
I guess prices have changed (not ever since I've noticed since BG have always been considerably more, but...) in Jegs a holley double pumper 750 is $399.99, the BG 750 is $764.99. yes I have seen them and obviously they are based on a holley, and I will admit they are a very clean looking carb, but, and I'm not being argumentative here since I have never tried one, do you think they are worth that much more money?Guy Hiltz said:Unless prices have drastically changed in less than a year the Barry Grant carbs are cheaper than Holley's,and also if wyomingoutlaw were to have a close look at one he would quickly see that the Mighty Demon is quite similar in design to a Holley,but very much improved upon,they are manufactured from billet aluminum instead of the prone to leaking cast material of a Holley.