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    Default what a good after market metering block for a dominator carb

    this is my situation i got a dom. 1050 could not get it to idle long story short it set up for a twin carb tunnel ram from holly it's a 3 circuit this is the info i got from the tech line when we ran the numbers. so im getting ready to put a fogger system on my motor wich was thanks a bunch to 71 hallet. 514 ci ford 10.2-1 comp 700+inlift cam solid roller looking at the quik fuel metering blocks thats the biggest thing i have to change according to holly any advice would be great thanks,
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    Its a FORD thing chevy's arent quick enough to understand

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    this is the one [IMG]file:///C:/DOCUME%7E1/ADMINI%7E1/LOCALS%7E1/Temp/moz-screenshot-7.jpg[/IMG][IMG]file:///C:/DOCUME%7E1/ADMINI%7E1/LOCALS%7E1/Temp/moz-screenshot-6.jpg[/IMG]
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    Whats the # on the carb? You might be having an air blead issue.
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    From the outside in you should have something close to 63 next 63 then inside 40 both front and rear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 78CoLeBBF View Post
    this is my situation i got a dom. 1050 could not get it to idle long story short it set up for a twin carb tunnel ram from holly it's a 3 circuit this is the info i got from the tech line when we ran the numbers. so im getting ready to put a fogger system on my motor wich was thanks a bunch to 71 hallet. 514 ci ford 10.2-1 comp 700+inlift cam solid roller looking at the quik fuel metering blocks thats the biggest thing i have to change according to holly any advice would be great thanks,
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    just get the same meter plates that come on the 8896 1050hp from holley, they're cheap and they work great imo. i never had issue with the 1's on my 1050hp dominator.

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    from the out side 63-53-45 is the air bleeds
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    Quote Originally Posted by 78CoLeBBF View Post
    from the out side 63-53-45 is the air bleeds
    K, those are close enough. Those quik fuel ones will work. Front and rear are the same.
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    3 circuit carbs are being sold and bought by peeps that aren't well informed as to why they are offered by Holley. We find that there are ways to make them work much better in a boat application. Too long for here, but call me and I can explain. 623-877-8553 during business hrs. TIMINATOR
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    front and rear air bleeds the same and i bought this carb cheap from a guy on the boards brand new
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    What do you need to idle for, when your going to run the sqeeze ?

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