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Post  dbshelton on April 2nd 2018, 9:38 pm

I am putting together a .030" over 460. 10.5:1 compression, Eagle ESP rods, SCJ aluminum heads, Howards .640/.635 lift, 260/268 @.050 solid cam. C6 auto with 3.73 rear gears in a 65 Falcon. Gonna top it with a Weiand tunnel ram. What suggestions for carbs? I have a pair of 450 cfm carbs, 390 cfm carbs, and also a set of 600 cfm 1850 Holleys. Is there a better choice?
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Post  DeepRoots on April 2nd 2018, 11:45 pm

I'd go with 600's for a driver.


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Post  rmcomprandy on April 3rd 2018, 12:25 am

Something with small enough primary's where you can use 1 to 1 linkage, (not progressive), from carb to carb; it will drive so much better.

If wide open throttle is your concern; put a pair of 1,050 Dominators on it.

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Post  dbshelton on April 3rd 2018, 7:05 am

Right now the 600 carbs are on the Blue Thunder intake on my 521 and work pretty well. Guess I will see if I can find another pair.
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Post  DeepRoots on April 3rd 2018, 9:19 am

I'm about to go back to work, but I'll be back the first week of May and will be building 3-4 sets of dual 1850's if you are interested.
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750 Edelbrocks

Post  57ford custom on April 3rd 2018, 10:31 am

I put a pair of 750 factory renewed Edelbrocks on mine and the only difference of mine from yours was it had DOOER iron cobra jet heads and a milder flat tappet cam and more compression. It was very responsive and made 596 hp and ran a 7.09 in the 1/8th. Like I said they were factory rebuilt's or returns and the price was very reasonable. It started great and was easy to set the idle. In fact when the now 526 goes on the dyno this month they will be the first carbs to use for the test. I have a different top for my Weiand and will do a test with a pair of 750 vacum secondary's on the same top and the other top is modified for an older pair of 1050 dominators. I am planning on posting the results on here. Very Happy
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Post  dbshelton Yesterday at 9:58 pm

Finally got around to finishing my run-in stand and starting my engine to break-in the cam today. Started it with a pair of 450 Holley carbs I had and it really sounds pretty good.
I have a pair of 1850 600cfm Holley carbs I cut the choke horns off that i will clean up and rebuild tomorrow to put on it. I have never run a tunnel ram intake before and am wondering if anyone may have some kind of baseline to start with on these carbs. Maybe a starting jet size, Power valve number? Not exactly sure where to start. I know I will have to tune it later when the car is running but any suggestions for now?
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