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Old 08-29-2002, 05:23 PM
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what size carburetor jets for a 1978 Ford Bronco with 400M and motorcraft carburetor?
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I'm in Ohio and I run 57's in mine.
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With all the smog stuff, and at about 100-200 ft elevation, in CA, I run 60's, and passed smog just fine.
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