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Thread: 1 TO 1 LINKAGE ON CARB

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    1 TO 1 LINKAGE ON CARB

    WHAT EXACTLY DOES THIS DO?

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    Opens all four barrels at the same time. Not progressively.

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    WHAT ARE THE PLUS/MINUS OF THE LINKAGE?

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    Totally depends on the engine configeration, Heads ,cam, exaust, etc. some engines will perform better with 1 to 1, a street engine will not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zipper06
    Totally depends on the engine configeration, Heads ,cam, exaust, etc. some engines will perform better with 1 to 1, a street engine will not.

    JMO

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    Are you talking 1-1 'carb linkage vs pedal action' or 'non progressive vs progressive' carb action ? 'Progressive' is the opening of the primaries to 1/4 throttle then slowly opening the secondaries at the same time as the primaries. 'Non progressive' is all 4 barrels together.
    1-1 'carb to pedal' and 'non progressive carb' has serious 'street drivability' issues. Happiest at 1/2 throttle to wide open throttle.
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