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Thread: ROOKIE NEEDS HELP. 2BBL CARB QUESTION?

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    ROOKIE NEEDS HELP. 2BBL CARB QUESTION?

    I have a sbc chevy street stock car. The engines in my class are suppost to be stock. My question is, whats the best 2bbl to run, thats cheap, fits on a stock gm intake and where do i find one.

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    holley 500s are good, I had one on an old truck a while back. It did a lot better then the stock 300 and bolted up fine. Jegs, Summit, RJ, etc has them for pretty cheap too.
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    if you have to run the rochester carb, go to speedway motors and look at the one on there. the guys at the race track where a friend of mine races uses one. flows and performs as good as the holley he had to take off due to rule change.

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    Will a 500 Holly fit a GM intake?

    I was told buy the tech guy at Summit Racing that it wouldn't fit my gm intake because it was a square bore, or something like that. Is there certain Hollys that GM intakes?

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    opps

    That "Fit" Gm intakes.

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    AED 500 cfm carb

    The cheap speedway, or summit carbs are not worth buying, we see on the average of 20+ horsepower when switching to one of our AED 500 series carburetors. One of the best investments you can buy for your racecar to gain overall horsepower is buy a good carburetor.

    They cheap carbs work ok if you get one that has no core shift in the main body. The Holley 2 barrel carb is the touchiest carburetor there is.
    As for fitting on the gm intake, you need to buy a Rochester to 4412 carb adapters, which can be purchased most anywhere.
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