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Old 10-31-2009, 03:35 PM   #11  
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a 302 carb intake manifold, a carburetor, and a air filter. i think thats pretty much all you need to switch from efi. did i miss anything?
distributor, igniotion system, fuel pump, fuel lines, pick up assembly in tank


its a bit more involved than what you posted aro
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it will work great.. but why a carb? daily driver or race car ?
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347 will work just fine but I'd stick with EFI.

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Don't like the fuel injection?
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ahh addermke your still doing work on this forum eh. Man its been awhile since i have been on here.
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check the pros and cons of both I think u may preffer efi.
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Thats what i want to do
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Old 11-29-2011, 11:39 PM   #18  
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AROSTANG; You sure did.
You need to also change the fuel pump, the fuel regulator and the lines from the tank.
Bad thing about this is the fact that if you live in an area where you need some sort of smog every year or two, the car won't pass the test and cannott be registered....
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Uhh there is one con.....
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