- These carbs have no vacuum ports and are not for automobile use
- For use with Edelbrock Performer manifolds and others of similar design in marine applications
- Meets United States Coast Guard safety standards
- Cast surfaces are irridited; shafts and pump arm are PTFE-coated
- Comes with .098 Primary, .101 Secondary Metering Jets; .068 x .047 Metering Rods; Orange 5" Hg Spring
- Ideal for Chevy 4.3L V6 with Performer intake manifold and 350-1485 calibration kit
- Other Features:Modified bowl ventingSpecially-designed throttle shaftsAccelerator pump seal3/8" inverted flare fuel inlet fittingTube in airhorn for fuel pump vent5-1/8" flame arrester flangeUniversal throttle leverRevised secondary system for improved transient performance
Would this work on my 4.3 L MerCruiser It’s a 1993 what a 4bbl Weber I been look and doing some reading looks like the 1409 would work and would fit on what out buying a adapter plate ?
What size electric fuel pump is necessary for that carburetor pressure and gallons is what I need to know
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