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is there a better 'bolt on" carb for a 235?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by worthop, Aug 29, 2013.

  1. jkski
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    carter YF
     

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  2. Fatkid138
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    Carter yf's


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  3. worthop
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    I am looking for a single carb to replace the stock one

     
  4. Fatkid138
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    Carter yf is a direct bolt on for single also. As long as you get the right one for the application.


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  5. Fatkid138
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    Carter yf 2100s is manual choke for 1954 chevy 235
    Carter yf 2101s is auto choke for 1954 chevy 235. Sometimes they append a letter after the s for example 2101sa. That is the same carb but different production runs. It might have different jet size or such. But still a bolt on.


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  6. plym_46
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    from central NY

    Another thing to consider is airflow through those after market 4 inch air filters. They suck at sucking. At minimum double them up, but better still fabricate something to use a real filter element. Even a couple sauce pan lids with a 6 inch round will flow much better that those Mr. Gasket elements. If anybody has a flow bench that could check this out I bet you would be surprised on how restrictive those are.
     
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  8. samurai mike
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    just a quick note, the 32/36 weber is the carb that we use on the 1300 cc suzuki samurai engine. maybe if you used two of them?
     
  9. worthop
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    Thanks Everybody.....Fatkid; I think I will be looking for one of those 2 Carter YF numbers...Thanks
     

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