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Old 07-06-2014, 04:28 PM
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New intake

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My name is Anders live in Sweden i have a F100 1956
With a y 292 with 3 holley caburator a edelbrock 553 intake.
113 heads with high ratio ecg rockers and camshaft Isky e4.
Gearbox T5 5 speed rear end is 3.7 Ford 9"
I want to change intake and caburator do you have any suggestion i only want a 4 barrel.

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Old 07-07-2014, 10:12 AM
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Get a EZC 9425-B (not an 9425-A) and a Holley 390 CFM 4 Barrel. Don't forget you'll need a different air cleaner too.

What are you doing with your Edelbrock and 3 two barrel set up?
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Hello isnt it a smal caburator to the engine?
I dont know what i do with my old intake maybe have inside the house to look at.
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Look here (FTE) for carburetor size, but 390 to 450 CFM is what most use.
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