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Technical Multi Carb Setups -Let's see 'em!

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  1. LM14
    Joined: Dec 18, 2009
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    First 6 pictures are the 1963 8V Galaxie intake for my '62 F100 short bed big window unibody 390.

    Next 6 pictures are the SBF intake and air cleaner I picked up last week. Thinking of putting it on my '32 5 window. Depends on finding a suitable set of carbs.

    The last picture is the carbs I'm looking for Holley 2881 and 2882. If I can find a decent set of these carbs it's going on the '32.

    SPark

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  2. Joe Troilo
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    This is my first attempt at multiple carbs in the last 20 years. Wanted something retro and reliable. Decided on the Holley tri-power set up. After several jet changes it runs like a champ.
     

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  3. loudbang
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    NICE!!! I like how most of the parts have similar "Lines"
     
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  4. Sonofabob
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    I would love to see a side shot of the whole car!
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  5. Joe Troilo
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    Thanks for the nice words. More shots coming up. Car still has some original paint.
     

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  6. Movinman
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    I can’t remember the last car I had with a SBC in it, but I seem to keep collecting these. D76F54A9-2F2D-4F70-8798-41D4A863CE47.jpeg
     
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  7. Axle34
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    Here are some shots of my 396 BBC Man-A-Fre. IMG_2084.jpeg dsc02728.jpeg
     
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  9. Dreddybear
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    4 94s on a Edelbrock intake. Back when they were still pretty and now. To be honest I put the carbs together, threw it on and it ran pretty good so I left them as is for like the last 7 years. I’m about to tear it apart to clean it all back up and I might go with strombergs.
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  10. 65pacecar
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  11. 65pacecar
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  12. 65pacecar
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  13. Jacksmith
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    '63 327 in a '39 Ford Coupe. Been there since the late '60's... I just cleaned & IMG_0339.JPG IMG_0341.JPG dressed it up a little using a Speedway 3-deuce kit and some O.T.B. Gear aluminum parts. Starts instantly, runs like a top.
     
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  14. GordonC
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    Any of you guys have any tips or ticks for making up the fuel lines for a 3 deuce flathead set up. I have everything done on mine but that and have been hesitant to start into that with out getting some tips first. Don't know if I should run 3 individual lines, one to each carb, or one line with all three connected to each other? Some nice looking stuff here by the way!
     
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  15. Jacksmith
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    I.M.O., As long as you stay away from heat sources and be sure you have no leaks, it's like an art-form... Pick out how you want it to look and go for it. I recommend a regulator to be sure your pump doesn't over power the float/needle valve. I also used fuel injection compatible "rubber" lines on mine 'cause it's a bit more rigid and less likely to sag. Let's see your set up when you get it done!
     
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  16. GordonC
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    I currently have a single 94 on the engine but plumbed it with the 3 2's in mind. I have an inline regulator in place as well as a fuel block on the firewall with a pressure gauge so I can set it for what I need. I'll post up my set up once I get it in place. Thanks!
     
  17. Jalopy Joker
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  18. Jet96
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    78B91DFE-FB8E-4C38-A7BF-97A693617852.jpeg Weiand Drag Star 8x2 on my 480" MEL...
     
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  19. Mike VV
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    I finally got mine done enough for pictures.
    A Corvette / Renegade manifold, heavily modified to be able to bolt onto a Studebaker, V-8, with the aid of a pair of adapters.
    A pair of 390cfm Holleys. The main parts of the linkage will actually be mounted to the rocker cover.
    The 3/4 view is the front of the manifold. Note the word...Renegade...used to be just above the "MADE IN USA". The hole in the back was part of the EGR system. That block/location used to go all the way to the top of the manifold.
    The Lexan top has two purposes. One, so I can hopefully see the fuel flow to further modify the interior of the plenum, and two...for the just for the hell of it.
    I have aluminum plates if this one melts, or if I go to a single four.

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  20. 65pacecar
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  22. saltflats
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    Is that a crossfire lower?
     
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  23. Mike VV
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    Yes.
    The aftermarket (Renegade) version.
    I was torn between the Renegade and the Offenhauser crossram. I went this way because the Renegade has a smaller plenum and nicely formed port opening edges. Although, some of the casting is pretty poor in the design. It wasn't too big a deal to see the problems and reshape the port openings, it did take some time though.
    I'm looking forward to giving it a try. Unfortunately...it'll be a while.

    Mike
     
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  25. Jalopy Joker
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  26. Not mine but cool enough to share

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  27. Kiwi 4d
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    Never ever thought i would see a hissing bag of snakes under the hood of a Very nice 61 Buick. 28E655FD-6AA6-413E-8D2E-2CF5DF445770.jpeg
     
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