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Tri-Power Advice

i have just bought an edelbrock 573 tri power intake and three holley 94 2-bbls. i plan to rebuild the carbs in the future, but i have never worked w/ a tri power set up before. can anyone give me any advice. the intake is going onto a 292 y-block engine in my '58 F100. i definitely plan to use a progressive linkage, but other than that i am in uncharted waters! any suggestions on brands of progressive linkages? any help is greatly appreciated!
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Summit racing has good selection of linkage. Lokar is a good brand name.
Recommend finding set of "ECZ" heads from a 312 y-block if you run multiple carbs. Flows much better. Upgraded camshaft will also help. Really wakes up those old y-blocks
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