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    carbs

    how are the new sv1 carburators
    shannon714

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    that really depends who you ask, I seen some struggle to get them right but once they did they were very good and others who just flat went back to a normal carb.

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    Helped a buddy with one. Tried pretty hard, back and forth with Patrick. The motor now has an APD gas carb on it.
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    sv1

    thanks shawn reason i asked is i have a 406 sbc with scat bottem end 18 degree heads from nascar guys port work was done by chapman they wouldnt let me get the matching intake so i found a nice dart intake on the dyno it showed the end cylinders are about 175 degrees hotter than the centers and this is on each side my engine biulder is going to try 110 ml. sv1 to c if it solves the problem if not i may have 2 try another intake by the way the heads are GM the way it is it made around 740hp and 600ft lbs torqe hope the sv1 solves it any suggestions ?
    shannon714

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