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Old 09-21-2005, 12:33 AM
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anyone know anything about these carbs?- like a holley 4bbl propane specific carb???
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I have a Holley 4bbl 4180 w/ a Century propane carb sitting on top of it. Its a dual fuel setup. Its on an 1986 F-250 460.
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I have one of those...how does it work. I'll be up around 11:1+ compression so dual fuel isn't an option but my son's bronco may be one!

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I have a Holley 4bbl 4180 w/ a Century propane carb sitting on top of it. Its a dual fuel setup. Its on an 1986 F-250 460.
I've got an '83 F250 with a 460 in it. I'm very interested in a similar combo for my truck... can you tell us more about your propane conversion, such as where you had it done, approx. cost, has it been trouble-free, what's the power and mileage like, and any other comments you'd like to add?

Many thanks, in advance!
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