Trans Dapt 2064 Details
4-bbl Carburetor Tapered Port Adapters
Large and medium base 1-11/16" port Holley or AFB 4-bbl carb to smaller base 1-7/16" port 4-bbl manifoldNote: Not legal for use or sale in any state complying with California regulations
Most Trans-Dapt Cast Aluminum Carburetor Adapters are reversible and allow a smooth transition between any intake manifold/carburetor combination. These carb adapters are known to increase gas mileage and improve your engine's performance. All Trans-Dapt Cast Aluminum Carburetor Adapters come with the necessary gaskets and mounting hardware.Note: Not legal for use or sale in any state complying with California regulations.
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I am mounting a Holley carb to a 56 Ford 292. How do I bolt adapter to manifold without the bolts/studs interfering with the carb. I can drill a hole but do a need to do a counter sink hole also to make the bolts not interfere with the carb?
Hi, i have a holly street avenger 4150 series I'm planning on mounting on a stock mopar 273 manifold. The base of the carb is larger than the mounting surface of the manifold. Will this adapter work?
I am wanting to replace the Rochester 7009200 carb on my 56 Pontiac star chief with the 316 engine with an edelbrock 1405 carb. The Rochester carb is a small bore. Will the trans dapt 2064 be the adaptor I need
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