Edelbrock has the "Performer" for your application : )
Check out the Jegs or Summit catalogs (online), or practically any
Classic Mustang parts vendor who handles more than straight
restoration. In fact, go straight to http://www.edelbrock.com/
Auto Parts link. When you get there you can browse, download their
catalog, etc. Take a look at their carbs and matching intake
manifolds. You could even go Edelbrock EFI for your classic, which
would be great for mpg, quick response, etc.
Keep your foot out of it and the 4V level doesn't kick in. You're
running, essentially, a 2V except when you kick it. That will help
quite a bit.
As for plug wires, I'm running Ford Racing with Pertronix Ignitor II
aftermarket. I think it's a matter of personal choice. I could have
picked about anything, but I like the blue color. : )
On Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:05:47 -0700, "gda" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>I am thinking of purchasing a 4V Edelbrock carb.
>However, I am unsure of compatibility with my original
>equipment Mustang; described below:
>1966 Mustang Coupe
>289 Engine, 2V carb, electronic ignition (after market)
>Air ConditioningWould appreciate any info on the following issues:1. Which
>model Edelbrock carb would be appropriate if
>I am primarily interested in normal, everyday street
>driving and best possible mpg (500cfp, 600cfp, etc)?
>2. Besides general compatibility, I am concerned about
>the intake manifold (whether this would need to be
>3. Some Mustang owners have suggested that going from
>2V to 4V could actually improve mpg in city driving;
>any comments on this?
>4. Since I have A/C, is variable idle control possible?
>5. Regardless of whether I make this change, I need to replace sparkplug
>wires and plugs, any recommendations on these?
>Thanks for any information.
>Gary D. Admire
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1965 Ford Mustang fastback 2+2 A Code 289 C4 Trac-Lok
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