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    1. [NOR]62comet
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      Registered: August 2005
      Location: Rognan
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      looks like you need a bigger carb. about 650cfm should do the trick??

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    1. FMXhellraiser

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      Registered: March 2004
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      I have a Edelbrock 4 barrel now. 500 CFM. Anything bigger is useless on a 302. 302 only takes 480 cfm anyways so 500 is 20 too much as it is. I almost went with a 600 but called around to Summit, Jegs and Edelbrock and they all said 500 CFM and that anything bigger is too big on a 302. I have new pics of everything I did to the motor recently which is a HUGE difference. Once I get my new tranny and power steering in in about 2-3 weeks I will post them all up at once.

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