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    AED carbs

    Has anyone dealt with AED carbs on anything? Not to be confused with APD, a different company. Any info would be appreciated.
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    Never used one of their carbs but I like their components better then hollys

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    Re: AED carbs

    Quote Originally Posted by hambone82
    Has anyone dealt with AED carbs on anything? Not to be confused with APD, a different company. Any info would be appreciated.
    Not to confuse them with APD for sure seen a few of them under the bench at APD to be fixed, you can usually tell the good and bad after looking at what brand carbs are under the bench that need redone by a good carb shop.
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    I have an alky unit that I need redone. Question: would I be wise to send to say APD for their upgrade or simply start over with one of their new products. I want it right but without a fortune in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hambone82
    I have an alky unit (originally a C&S) that I need redone. I've had it worked on by one shop and it's still not right. Question: would I be wise to send to say APD for their upgrade or simply start over with one of their new products. I want it right but without a fortune in it.

    Give them a call and ask for Randy or Joe .. Tell them what you have and ask them if you'd be better of buying a stock holley instead and sending it to them. I've seen them boys turn junk into gold though
    David Lanning
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    i have a 750 aed carb. i love it never had any problems with it. but i have heard alot better things from apd.

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    I had a 750 AED carb on one of my first cars. Worked great and then someone broke into my shop and (I guess needed it more than I did) stole it.But I never had any problems with it. Great throttle response.


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