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Old 03-22-2011, 08:03 AM
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Holley 1908 vs. Autolite 1100

I have a 64 Futura with a '66 200 cid and an Autolite 1100. It seems to do just fine (after a lil tweekin).....Getting started on a '61 Ranchero with original 170 cid 4-bolt main, 3 spd man, and a Holley 1908....
Question is....I found the 1100 to be rather simple(contrary to popular opinion)....How is the Holley to deal with?
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