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Old 01-11-2006, 22:23   #1 (permalink)
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302 manifold and carb matching.

hey guys i havn't been on this site for a while. i couldnt remember my old screen name. anyways.... im looking at putting a holley 390cfm street carb on my '74 f-100. my question is .... will an intake manifold from an '83 mustang (302/289) work with my '74 302???? thanks for the help

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Re: 302 manifold and carb matching.

Unless it was a Boss 302, yes- it'll fit. A 302W is a 302W... but the stock Holley was 598cfm... go ahead and find some heads from a later 302 and swap them on there, too!
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Re: 302 manifold and carb matching.

It will work

but way any one want to put holley 390cfm ?

it is too small to the 302

if you just want to drive go with the Holley Model 4160 , 600cfm , 4-Barrel

but if you want to make this car a real one you should do what Freshmeat said and find some heads from 87-94 and a real Holley 650cfm man !
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