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Old 05-05-2007, 08:25   #1 (permalink)
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hi there i need some advice.
I go some extra cash and would like to know which is a better upgrade?
change carby (if so which_Edelbrock or holley)
or
Upgrade to 351 and keep the t/q
Heres my current setup: 302c, 2v heads, all stck with Xb(i think) Spreadbore manifold with Thermoquad Carby( in very good condition and works perfectly).

I like the economy of the spreadbore, as long as i keep the secondaries closed, but also want the performance if driving wot.
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