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    which dominator do i use

    9375-1 or 8082-1.im running a single 4 barrel

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    Both need some metering work requiring tapping holes, either can be made to work well. Do you have either or both carbs or looking to buy? What are you putting it on? The 9375 should have removable bleeds, the 8082 not. 9375 is a 3 circuit and should have annular boosters, 8082 is a 2 circuit and probably has straight boosters. If I had the 9375 I would replace the metering blocks and make it a 2 circuit, the 8082 would get the bleed holes threaded for removable bleeds and annular boosters. Either way you have some work to do.
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    Designed for use on Drag race engines
    Calibrated for a 1x4 setup
    Includes notched float and jet extensions
    Progressive Secondaries
    Dual 50cc accelerator pumps
    2 Circuit Metering
    Calibrated for Gasoline
    Dual fuel inlets
    4 corner idle
    Screw in air bleeds
    Annular Boosters
    Venturii Size 1.690
    Throttle bore 2.000
    Aluminum throttle plates


    this is how the 8082-1 comes out of the box according to the holley web page,the 9375 is set up fro useing 2 carbs.
    im going to put on my 406 sbc,i put a friends on last week and picked up 2/10's and 2 mph over my old carb set up from pro systems,840 CFM.

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    They must be using the -1 designation for all of the HP 8082's, they list a -2 and -3 on their bleed chart but not the -1. If you are buying new, spend the extra for the Ultra 8082. It comes with billet metering blocks, all passages are threaded for changeable idle jets and emulsion, they also have external linkage which is easier to change secondary opening rate and has no internal linkage that can come apart. It will make it easier to calibrate for your engine. And if you qualify for the Jegs racer discount you will save about $100 on either the red or black version. And it looks pretty... :lol:
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    The ultra was want i was thinking about but the price,but a friend of mine deals with jegs and i pretty sire i can get his discount,was also thinking about an aed carb.

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    ULTRA 8082-2BK IS WHAT I SHALL PURCHASE WHEN I RETURN FROM VACATION,THANKS FOR HELPING ME MAKE UP MY MIND JMARK.
    I have a friend who gets the racer discount!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JEFF69Z28
    The ultra was want i was thinking about but the price,but a friend of mine deals with jegs and i pretty sire i can get his discount,was also thinking about an aed carb.
    I run an AED carb. and LOVE it. Nver made a single adjustment (other than change the jets for the Q16 fuel) to it since I've had it. (3 years)

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    The parts in the Ultra are better than what would be in the lower end AED.

    When you get it I can give you tuning tips if you need.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmarksdragster
    The parts in the Ultra are better than what would be in the lower end AED.

    When you get it I can give you tuning tips if you need.
    Thank's


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