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Autolite carb jetting

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Autolite carb jetting

Post #1 by eeyore » Tue Jan 27, 2009 12:33 pm

I had this question in another post, but that post went anouther way so I'm posting it separate.

On Autolite carb jetting; if Autolite jets are hard to get, can Holley jets be fitted? I know modifing Rochester 2 barrels for Holley jets is pretty common so I was wondering.
Dave

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Post #2 by eeyore » Tue Jan 27, 2009 12:55 pm

Update.

I've done some searching and someone (Fred) mentioned that "some" of the Autolite 2100's used Holley jets. That sounds promissing, but I don't know how you'ed find just the right pair of oddball carbs.

Also I read that the power valves from Holleys fit the Autolite 2100, thats going to be good to know in a multi-carb setup.
Dave

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