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94s 97s on sbc

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by greatlakesspeedshop1, Jan 3, 2010.

  1. greatlakesspeedshop1
    Joined: Mar 28, 2009
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    greatlakesspeedshop1
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    Hi all, I was just toying with the ideal of running 94s or 97s on my sbc. Would this be a pain in the butt ? or is there a setup that works well ?
    I love the looks of this setup (4 barrel intake with the 2X2 adapter). I would also like to run a mild cam to get that sought after rumble.
    OK lets here your thoughts
     

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  2. dickster27
    Joined: Feb 28, 2004
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    dickster27
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    from Texas

    Very doable. Check my web site gallery pix for some ideas.
     
  3. Won't need to worry about over-carbuerating.
     
  4. strombergs97
    Joined: May 22, 2006
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    strombergs97
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    from California

    Happy New Years..Here is one I built on a custom 4 barrel intake. I used Stromberg 97s..
    Duane.
     

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  5. I used to run two 94's on an adapter on my 350 sbc, they were linked in unison and only the front carb used the choke. It ran like a raped ape for the low to mid range but it ran out of steam pretty quick while trying to pass on the high-way or other higher rpm running. I want to say that both carbs would only flow about 400 cfm ( correct me if I'm wrong ) I replaced them with a AFB and sold the carbs to a guy with a stocker 36 with a flat-head and he is happy as can be. If you have a 265 or 283 thats basically stock, they might work out real well but not really for larger displacements. Just my 2 cents, Mike.
     
  6. uncle max
    Joined: Jan 19, 2006
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    Happy HALLOWEEN :D
     

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