I have an Edelbrock 1400 series 600cfm carburetor on my 350 ci engine. With 196 valve aluminum heads and 485 lift, 308 duration cam, and aftermarket ignition, factory bore and compresion. Can this carburetor be tuned to supply enough fuel for my engine?
I have a 1983 mustang with a 5.0 302 will this work? the carb it has on it right now also has an egr valve would I need an adapter aswell?
Will this carburetor fit my 87 F250 with a 460? I have read forums that say yes and some that say no.
What rejet kit would be required for this carb? I have one on a 390 fe and seems to be under fueling.
Will I need an adapter plate to use an edelbrock performer carburetor on a stock 1966 dodge 383 4 barrel intake?
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