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autozone 1100 carb

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autozone 1100 carb

Post #1 by sefus » Fri May 17, 2019 3:37 pm

So whats the chances I get one that will be noticeably better than my freshly rebuilt yet still a pain in the butt 1940?
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Re: autozone 1100 carb

Post #2 by 65coupei6 » Fri May 17, 2019 3:46 pm

I am not sure what the price is at Autozone. But, you can try these guys. At least you will get the correct carb. for your application.

http://www.championcarburetor.com/carbu ... _3458.html

They used to be Pony Carbs.
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autozone 1100 carb

Post #3 by chad » Fri May 17, 2019 6:42 pm

yeah, I wrked at autoZ & "Duralast" is almost as sketchy as a white box product. Never info on where frm, who made etc.
To do a lill better - go to store order, if brought out look at box. If not in store ask what they know abt the specific part they R getting 4 U.
Ck web site too...
I have got carbs there & put my own rebuild kit in B4 mounting. Seemed OK (wrkmanship, durability, operation)...
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Re: autozone 1100 carb

Post #4 by lavron » Sat May 18, 2019 3:14 pm

sefus wrote:So whats the chances I get one that will be noticeably better than my freshly rebuilt yet still a pain in the butt 1940?


In my personal opinion the 1100 is a better carb than the 1940 (the Holley is cooler looking however) When I did my Offy triple on my Comet I searched until I found 3 matching Holleys (at the time you could get them in the JY pretty easy so I bought almost every one I found) they were finicky, I was constantly adjusting the floats (which was messy with the side mount float bowl) Collected up a set of 1100s and never had to tinker with them again after getting them set up.

Others may have differing opinions but that is my experience.

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