Have an 86 Chevy 454 c20 stock this carburetor be good for it it has electric choke
Will this carb work on a 388 stroker Sbc 10:1 comp with mild cam
Would this be a good carb to run on my 1975 oldsmobile 455 big block with a edelbrock performer intake? Engine is stock right now but was thinking of adding a cam and roller timing chain.
What would all the parts i need to buy for this carburetor?
I have a 1978 f150, 400 big block. Would this be the correct carburetor I need?
Is this carb to large for a 350 c.i. Chevy that's bored .030 with 8.5 to 1 pistons and a mild cam?
I have a 1972 ford 250 with a 390 would this fit
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