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#233031 - October 06th 2008 10:38 pm TBI to CARB
marcus38 Offline
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Registered: June 24th 2008 9:02 pm
Posts: 70
Loc: louisville,kentucky
lokin to switch my 90 4.3 to carburation. gonna get edelbrock intake. what carb will not overload the stock heads? tbi cfm is 670. heard that a 390 cfm would work. also what kind of distributor aftermarket wise.lookin to dress up the 4.3 not major horsepower gain but run good. help me anybody. thanks.

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#233032 - October 06th 2008 10:45 pm Re: TBI to CARB [Re: marcus38]
Rich Offline
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Registered: September 06th 2006 12:00 pm
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Loc: Dillsburg, PA
why would you change it over ?
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#233035 - October 06th 2008 10:56 pm Re: TBI to CARB [Re: Rich]
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Registered: January 01st 2008 10:24 am
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Loc: louisville, ky
I've heard a number of people talk about switching back from TBI to carb. My own father is always on me about how TBI is much more fuel efficient but with the correct rear end, intake, exhaust, and carb you could be in the same if not better shape.

Marcus I Would put on a 600 cfm carb with an edelbrock performer intake. I have heard nothing but good things about Holley's carbs. But then again I don't know a lot and thats just based off what I've researched for V8. Not sure whats good for a v6,
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#233036 - October 06th 2008 10:56 pm Re: TBI to CARB [Re: Rich]
marcus38 Offline
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Registered: June 24th 2008 9:02 pm
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Loc: louisville,kentucky
lookin for a v8 custom feel without the swap. make the v6 look more showable plus lose heighth on the air filter. 4.3s were carbed in 85 then went injected in 86. any info appreciated.

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#233041 - October 06th 2008 11:06 pm Re: TBI to CARB [Re: marcus38]
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Registered: January 01st 2008 10:24 am
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Loc: louisville, ky
you can get edelbrock intakes in a polished finish that is very show friendly.
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#233057 - October 07th 2008 5:29 am Re: TBI to CARB [Re: matchstickBGV]
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Registered: October 25th 2001 12:00 pm
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Loc: Dayton, New Jersey, U.S.A.
The best thing to do is talk to someone at Edelbrock. They can recommend the perfect set up for what you are looking for. I prefer Holley Carbs, but most younger guys love the Edelbrock. The Edelbrock is a great carb too, but I like the ease of adjusting of the Holley. Edelbrock will give you a perfect carb, intake, cam set that will give you exactly what you are looking for. They will most likely want to know what you want out of it, what gears you are running and what size tire also. These all factor into what you want to get.
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#233309 - October 07th 2008 9:58 pm Re: TBI to CARB [Re: Superbeast]
marcus38 Offline
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Registered: June 24th 2008 9:02 pm
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Loc: louisville,kentucky
thanks ken ill give em a shout. ive always loved HOLLEYS since i ran in streetachine clubs in the late 70s. i had a 73 nova custom. it had a factory tach in dash by the speedo. automatic shifter on the floor with fuel,amps temp gauges in the shifter console all factory. 69 camaro buckets. 396 bored ,030. 15x10 cragar sst and 15x4 up front L88 cowl induction fiberglass hood.and to top it off i have no pics at all. lost em in apt fire. should have hung on to that ride. it was my first car my dad got it for me on my 17th b-day. u live u learn. u kick yourself in the butt. later.

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#233334 - October 08th 2008 5:45 am Re: TBI to CARB [Re: marcus38]
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Madman!


Registered: October 25th 2001 12:00 pm
Posts: 28121
Loc: Dayton, New Jersey, U.S.A.
Ah, so you are an older fellow like me lol You can always tell how old racers are, by what carbs they like best grin

I still have my second car, that I drag raced for years. It's in a million pieces, but I still have it. It's a 73 340 Cuda. Some day I'll put it back together.
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#233485 - October 08th 2008 7:35 pm Re: TBI to CARB [Re: Superbeast]
marcus38 Offline
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Registered: June 24th 2008 9:02 pm
Posts: 70
Loc: louisville,kentucky
you got some money settin there and more to restore it i bet.mopars are the shit. guy in my street club had a 69 roadchicken 44o hemi pistolgrip 4-speed. could never get that $10 bill off the dash.. it was a neckbreaker...miss those racin days.

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#233556 - October 09th 2008 5:34 am Re: TBI to CARB [Re: marcus38]
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Madman!


Registered: October 25th 2001 12:00 pm
Posts: 28121
Loc: Dayton, New Jersey, U.S.A.
So, I've been told. I actually have 90% of what I need to put it back together. Mostly what I need is time lol
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Tricky Truckers, N.J.
Van Clan Plus One, Canada
Manse Vans, Finland
Rebel Vanners, N.J. "USA"
Toopa Sinner Tribe, N.C.

www.showvans.com

http://www.cardomain.com/ride/360991



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