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- 08-06-06 10:52 PM #1Cadillac Owners Member
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Q-Jet to edelbrock manifold
I am this close to finishing my 72 Deville and I ran into a little problem. How do you mount the carb onto the manifold? I'm not a carb expert bit I think it is the choke (it is on the passenger side) it hangs down and it can't be mounted. Is there an adapter or what? If it isn't the choke I am talking about please tell me what it is so I can fix this problem.
- 08-08-06 05:27 AM #2
Re: Q-Jet to edelbrock manifold
Are you running the original carb and intake manifold? If nothing else will work just get a carb spacer. It'll help performance a little bit anyway.
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