I’d like to go with this carb with a dual plane on my 6.0 only one I found was the rpm why is it not recommended to bolt this carb to rpm intake?
What is the difference from the 1407
Is the 1411 a vacuum secondary carb?
I just bought a 68 chevelle that has an edelbrock 1411 sitting on an Edelbrock performer rpm. I just read that this is not recommended, can you tell me why?
This carburator , Edelbrock 1411 Performer Series 750 CFM Carburetor with Electric Choke,fits my chevy engine 350,are they new or remanufactured, thanks
What is the thread inlet size on the Edelb. 750 cfm, 9/16-24 or 5/8-20 ?? Thanks Eric
I have a 440 engine in my Dodge R/T with a Edelbrock Performer 440 manifold, Is this manifold ok for this carburator. ?
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