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Technical Edelbrock #7088

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  1. 19Eddy30
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    19Eddy30
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    Looking for Information on a ElderBrock part number 7088 or someone with a catalog from around 1997, looking for some measurements,. All the older guys that I had contact with @ElderBrock are now retired , new guys donot know how to access the Archives.
    Part number 7088 is a top
    (TeePee Single Carburetor )
    for a sbc base 7070
    I was only able to find two images on the Internet and I have not seen one personally since about 2000.
     
  2. Deuces
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    Let's see those pictures please....
     
  3. 19Eddy30
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    19Eddy30
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    A648978C-B0D5-46C1-9FC0-16BE5FA5CBD3.png 3747321B-B69E-47A3-9283-E8139B884900.jpeg
    I know this is simple , Some times I just can not wrap my head around to finger it out. I Been Reading & looking up scaling.
    ( picture scale size to Actual size)
    Im experimenting with a Engine combo,
    I have a extra Edelbrock 7073 I am cutting / milling top off
    ( twin carb base off) then I am going to make & tig Teepee top out of Aluminum, Yes I can just make up my own template, But I am sure when developed Edelbrock experiment with Height So I want to stay close to actual size.
    I Know that the ""actual size of base ""
    is 15 inches long . I was only able to blow up pic off web to base length of 10-1/2 inches .
    So I am trying to figure out the difference between picture to real scale size.
    Blown up picture size measurements below are,
    A length is 10-1/2 Actual size 15.000
    B height is 5-3/4 Actual size ?
    C height is 2-7/16 Actual size?
    D length is 3.000 Actual size?
    E height is 3-3/4 Actual size ?
     
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  4. 19Eddy30
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    ^^^^
     
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  5. No pictures but I can help you with the scaling.
    15" / 10.5" = 1.43
    Therefore scale up everything by 1.43 to get the actual sizes.
    A) 15.0"
    B) 8.22"
    C) 3.49"
    D) 4.29"
    E) 5.36"
     
    Last edited: Sep 3, 2021
  6. 19Eddy30
    Joined: Mar 27, 2011
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    19Eddy30
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    Thanks Gary,
    I can not believe I was unable to grasp ,
    With all the crazy out side the box I come up with
     
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