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Old 09-28-2004, 20:56   #1 (permalink)
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Edlebrock Carb.


I just bought an Edlebrock Performer RPM series intake manifold and an Edlebrock Performer Series Carb. (600cfm) and of Course a K&N Extreme Intake! Can I just slap everything on the engine and go, or will I need to adjust the Carb? If so, can I do the adjustments myself?


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Re: Edlebrock Carb.

Oh yeah... its a 1965 Mustang with a 289.
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Old 09-29-2004, 20:12   #3 (permalink)
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Hi duer1637. I guess it depends how mechanically minded you are.

Unless the carb was sold for that particular engine then you may need to check if it has the correct jet sizes.

I'm sure if you put it all on ,the engine will run ok but to get it going real sweet may need someone to check the jets and make any adjustments.

Sounds like you are going to have some fun with this car once it has the new goodies on it.
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Re: Edlebrock Carb.

Thanks Lance, for what it's worth I will probably get the carb tuned in at the Ford Dealership in town, there is a mchanic working there who just rebuilt a '66 Stang and he is very knowledgable. And no I'm not very mechanically minded, but yes it will be a fun car!
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