Question on carb and manifold combo?
Hi.I'm new to this forum,but,after reading hundreds of posts,it sounds like you guys are quite knowledgable.I'm from N.H,U.S.A.and noticed that a lot of you are from Australia where the Cleveland still reins.My question is what,with the specs I give you, would be the best combination carb and manifold I should run for a strictly street rod?
I own a 1972 Mercury Cougar with a transplanted 1970 351C with 4V closed chambered heads,flattop pistons bored .030 over,apprx.10.7:1 -11:1 compression ratio,a mild street cam(204In./214Ex @ .50 dur.484 int./510 exh.lift) with a stock dual exhaust and FMX tranny.I'm presently running an Edelbrock performer 600cfm carb on a stock 4V cast iron manifold.
I'm thinking of purchasing an Edelbrock manual choke 750cfm carburetor and a weiand 4V x-celerator manifold.Do you think this combo would be too much for what I'm running?
I appreciate any info you could give me.Thanks!