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Old 12-11-2002, 08:39 AM
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Autolite 2100

Anyone ever put an Autolite 2100 on a Flathead? Has the higher CFM, supposedly the best carburator ever built and a WHOLE lot cheaper than a Holley 390. I was thinking of making an adapter plate to fit on the stock manifold. Anyone try this? Does the stock manifold have a CFM limit?

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Susposivly the most cfm the flathead can handle is 390.

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