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Old 06-01-2013, 02:12 AM
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1964 f250 with a 292 y block want to upgrade to 4 bbl

I have a 1964 ford f250 with a 292 y block in it i would like to upgrade the intake manifold and put a 4 bbl carb does any body have any ideas please help
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i need some advise on this please help!!!!!!
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there you can read to your hearts content and ask questions on 4 bbl's
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Find an old junk yard and start looking at cars. 292 & 312s both came out with 4 barrels in some models. If you find them it's just remove the 2 barrel manifold, add new gaskets and install. I run a Holley 390 CFM on my 272.

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ECZ-9425-A: small ports, matches early heads better, older "teapot"/"birdcatcher" carbs are harder to find parts for also need an adapter plate to use anything but

ECZ-9425-B: larger ports, better matched to ECZ-G or similar heads, AND they accept modern Holley square flange carbs.

I also used a 390cfm on mine...got three 94's on it now
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back in high school, I used a 2 barrel to 4 barrel adapter on my stock 2 barrel intake, and added a Holley 390


it really woke my ol' 292 up
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