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200 CFM YFA or 250 CFM Monojet on the small log head

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200 CFM YFA or 250 CFM Monojet on the small log head

Post #1 by 63falcon4drwagon » Fri Apr 12, 2019 10:57 pm

This adapter is not for a hood or doghouse clearance limited high deck 250.
A cable throttle and kick down cable will be needed.
I read: "The stock height of the Monojet carb and 10"x 2" snorkel Thermac air cleaner are 7.5" tall."
I have not verified the height of the Monojet.
The stock Ford carb adapter could be eliminated by drilling and tapping a holes for the carb studs then drilling and tapping a hole for a PVC fitting.
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My first car at age 16: 1956 Victoria 292ci .045 milled heads, Mallory dual point dist, Autolite 4BBL, three on the tree + 3.89 gears.

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Re: 200 CFm or 250 CFM Monojet on the small log head

Post #2 by 63falcon4drwagon » Fri Apr 12, 2019 11:04 pm

1-1/2" + 1-3/4" hole saw along with a couple router bits were used.
A two flute router bit cuts aluminum no problem.
The pilot holes were drilled on a small drill press.
The 1-1/2" and 1-3/4" holes were drilled with a 1/2" hand drill.
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Re: 200 CFM YFA or 250 CFM Monojet on the small log head

Post #3 by 63falcon4drwagon » Sat Apr 13, 2019 12:32 am

This is the 2 flute router bit that I use to blend in and hog out aluminum.
I also use this small router with 1/4" die grinder bits on cast iron.
It doesn't ever get clogged up cutting aluminum.
I have the carb rotated counter clockwise a few degrees to avoid bolt-stud holes from conflicting with each other.
The throttle cable and bracket will have to be put at an angle to match the carb angle.
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Re: 200 CFM YFA or 250 CFM Monojet on the small log head

Post #4 by xctasy » Thu Apr 25, 2019 4:06 am

Its Jim, isn't it?

Well done. Thats what I did with my C3 170 head on my 1981 with Holley 1946. :thanks: :beer: :wow: :thumbup: :cool: :nod: :mrgreen:
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