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Old 07-06-2013, 01:56 PM   #1
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Default What its the best spacer ?

what is the best spacer between a edelbrock 289 performer intake and a autolite 4100 carb !?

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what is the best spacer between a edelbrock 289 performer intake and a autolite 4100 carb !?

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A 4-hole phenolic spacer as thick as will fit under the hood. Go up to 1" if you can.
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A 4-hole phenolic spacer as thick as will fit under the hood. Go up to 1" if you can.
Do you know a place i can get this parts ?
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Really ...a database error after writing a book for a post response....?


Anyway. I used a Edelbrock Carburetor Adapter 2732
under my stock PCV spacer plate. Its cheap and works perfectly. Gasket, plate, gasket, PCV spacer, gasket then carb.

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