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This is Ford specific, showing more torque where you need it from the dual plane all the way up the rpm range, with the single plane providing only a small HP gain at peak revs, which you would be advised to avoid with an aged stocker anyway.
Thanks. I found this mfd on eBay. Can I bolt the aforementioned carb on it. Seller told me it was stored for a number of years but it looks new to me. I'm not sure what the difference is on an old 302 intake like I have on '72 and the newer intakes.
Can't find much on them--no bad stuff, just a few sites where guys have them on Chevys for the most part. Probably an ok manifold, but don't pay too much for it. Will it work better than an iron stocker? Don't know, but it will be different.
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