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Do you think this carb will work????

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#1 hiltz2o


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Posted 25 May 2008 - 09:26 PM


Someone have any info if this will work on the an 84 ea81?

#2 Turbone


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Posted 25 May 2008 - 09:39 PM

No, I think the only old Holley that comes close is the one for Pinto's and/or Vega's.
And I definately would buy from a seller with 66.7% feedback.

#3 GeneralDisorder


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Posted 26 May 2008 - 03:08 AM

Sure - that's a Holley licensened Weber 32/36 DFV. You could make it work. You may have to be commited once you are done, but yeah - sort out enough of the emissions crap on it, rejet it, buy an adaptor plate, ect, ect. Call us in a year or two and tell us how the project is going.


#4 jacobs


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Posted 26 May 2008 - 06:06 AM

And I definately would buy from a seller with 66.7% feedback.

Ebay has changed it's feedback ratings to only reflect the last 12 months. This seller has only sold 3 items in the last 12 months and had one negative, hence 66%. This new system stinks for sellers that only sell a few items/year.

#5 Reveeen


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Posted 26 May 2008 - 07:17 AM

1980 Chrysler 4 Cylinder 1.7L

Ok, Dodge Omni/Plymouth Horizon (the ugly 4 door kind) 1.7L (VW), a "full-on" emmissions carb. My memory is foggy, but the 2 wires are for a switched fuel vent, and a fuel shut off solenoid. An electric choke that requires a Chrysler "choke timer", or it will burn up, not to mention the non-standard choke wire connector. Jetting should be a little "fat" for your application (an EGR valve application), but should work.

Probably an older carb would be a better choice, but for $20+$15, you can afford to fool with it a bit.

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