Are you saying many moons ago carburetors were actually backward from how they are currently positioned, and that by doing so the backward carburetor actually became the forward facing carburetors we know today?jimfulco said:Maybe they already did it and we're all going faster than we thought???
Ayuh,.......kuhn-77 said:thats sounds bogus to me........i could be wrong though
larryblack said:In the late 70's the HOT TRICK was to mount your holley sideways. Like the carbs on a tunnel ram. Everybody that did that had to convert from mechanical linkage to a cable.
This worked OK on some race ONLY cars with SINGLE plane manifolds. On a dual plane the was some RICH cylinders and some LEAN cylinders.
If you look at some ford 2x4 tunnel port setups, they were mounted primaries facing the rear.