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Thread: Carburetor 4 383 stroker...AED HO Performance Carburetor ?
          
   
   

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    Question Carburetor 4 383 stroker...AED HO Performance Carburetor ?

     



    The World of Carbs is still a mystery to me for the most part. im Looking for a new Carburetor for my 383 stroker in my 79 Camaro.

    In my research i found these 3 that Carbs that caught my eye. any thoughts?

    1.AED HO Performance Carburetor .... AED Performance Racing Carburetors, Holley Carburetors, and Performance Holley Carburetor Parts
    2.Holley HP series
    3.Quick Fuel Q-Series

    +Will i be good running a 650 or should i go towards a 750?
    my set up will include a moderate street cam(no more that .50 of lift), dart heads, MSD ingition and a Dule plane edlebrock intake?

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    you`re about to get 50 different responses from 50 different members .. i like having more carb than i need and not using it rather than having too little and wanting it .( goes with a few other things in life ) .. i run 750 vacuum sec, holleys on everything from my 289 all the way up to my 429 .. the engine will only draw in what it wants .. to a degree .. now you can slam too big a double pumper on stuff ..
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    iv`e used up all my sick days at work .. can i call in dead ?

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    Automatic or manual transmission??? For street use with an automatic transmission, a 650 vacuum secondary will work fine!
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    4 speed manual transmission for street use

    *thanks for the help

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    with the 4 speed, then a mechanical secondary would probably be the better carb
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    In this link is a CFM calculator.The thing is no one asked you anything about camming/heads etc.You should understand that using someones personal experiences may or may not be the best possible end result.It might work for their application and be meaningless to yours.Gear ratios/tire sizes??.So start with the link and lets walk you threw the doors you need to max a carb for your car.

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