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    what are the differences in 1050 dominators with a 2 circut and a 3 circut? I have a 572 with a 14 71, and was told by the machine shop that I cant use these carbs. Well they worked perfect on a 598 and the 1471. So why is he saying It will not be possible to use these without damaging the motor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ovrkll77 View Post
    what are the differences in 1050 dominators with a 2 circut and a 3 circut? I have a 572 with a 14 71, and was told by the machine shop that I cant use these carbs. Well they worked perfect on a 598 and the 1471. So why is he saying It will not be possible to use these without damaging the motor.
    It has to do with how the fuel is routed through the metering block I believe. Sounds to me like they want another pair of carbs sale

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    well, i'm taking my motor out of there as is. fock him and his dyno. speedomotive sucks!

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    all dial that btch in bring it over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 94 tpr View Post
    all dial that btch in bring it over.
    ok since SPEEDOMOTIVE sucks, I'll do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ovrkll77 View Post
    what are the differences in 1050 dominators with a 2 circut and a 3 circut? I have a 572 with a 14 71, and was told by the machine shop that I cant use these carbs. Well they worked perfect on a 598 and the 1471. So why is he saying It will not be possible to use these without damaging the motor.
    Jim Guthrie kind of told me you want the 2 circuit for a lake boat.. (Cruzing around) 3 circuit for racing...

    Jim knows his stuff so I never questioned him...

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    Quote Originally Posted by blown86hallet View Post
    Jim Guthrie kind of told me you want the 2 circuit for a lake boat.. (Cruzing around) 3 circuit for racing...

    Jim knows his stuff so I never questioned him...
    definately go 2 circuit on a lake crusier, its just plain easier to tune that way and will drink less gas.

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    thanks for the responce. 2 circuit is what I have and what i'm using. Just makes me think of how much more of a POS speedomotive is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ovrkll77 View Post
    thanks for the responce. 2 circuit is what I have and what i'm using. Just makes me think of how much more of a POS speedomotive is.
    My combo is a 588ci Blown BBF 12-71 Hampton.
    Had Jim Guthrie set my 1050's up for that set up. He never said anything bad about the set up or the carbs beeing to small for the cubes...

    You'r shit will work fine!!!

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by blown86hallet View Post
    My combo is a 588ci Blown BBF 12-71 Hampton.
    Had Jim Guthrie set my 1050's up for that set up. He never said anything bad about the set up or the carbs beeing to small for the cubes...

    You'r shit will work fine!!!

    cheers
    well this guy that owns speedo, says he will hire people that know more than him about this kind of shit. He says he has been doing this for 40 years and basically he thinks he is smarter and knows more than anybody else. This is why he will not dyno my motor. Well fck him

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    No reason to run a 1150 carb on a 598 you can make a set of 4150 850's run if properly setup.
    the dominators are a drag carb.

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    So who should I have set up the carbs that I already have, since I don't want to dump more $$ in new carbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ovrkll77 View Post
    So who should I have set up the carbs that I already have, since I don't want to dump more $$ in new carbs.

    Call C&J engineering they are in Whittier ca ph 562 946-1388 I have done
    allot of investigating from what I hear they are the best around
    trust me call them. they will be doing mine . just my 02 worth.
    good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hallett View Post
    Call C&J engineering they are in Whittier ca ph 562 946-1388 I have done
    allot of investigating from what I hear they are the best around
    trust me call them. they will be doing mine . just my 02 worth.
    good luck.
    thanks i'll do that

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