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Thread: holley reccomendation needed

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    Member JOURNEYMAN
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    holley reccomendation needed

    been talking to a few people on this and im getting all kinds of answers. i'm carb shopping now and undecided on mechanical or vacuum secondaries. i've had the vac carbs before and was thinking on going mechanical just to see how that goes.
    its for mostly street use.
    360 + .040, 3000 stall, torker, 28" tire, 287 comp cam, about 2800lbs. 3:54 rear gear. auto. manual shift body.
    no idea on the hp.

    any thoughts, tips, idears?

    thanks

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    750 vac would be my choice. Later J.Smith 4621 racing

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    750 Hp mechanical would be my choice. Everyone has there preferance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmySmith
    750 vac would be my choice. Later J.Smith 4621 racing
    X2 for mostly street use.

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    If it is for mostly street use, I would go vacuum secondaries.

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    My .02 says 750 Vac for your application

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    750 double pumper all the way.

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    Vacs are tamer for the street, however it depends on your personal driving style and what you're willing to put up with in regards to drivability manners.
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    4150's are calibrated richer at cruise speeds.

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    650 HO by AED, This is a mechanical secondary (double pumper) I would also add a 1 inch ported torque flow spacer, you have plenty of stall for a mechanical secondary to perform just fine.
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