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    Default What other parts do i need to fit this scoop?

    I want to buy this scoop from summit but im a little confused on how it gets mounted to my 4150 series holley carberator.
    Please help, what other parts do i need to install this?
    Also if anyone has one for sale local IE i would be interested in buying it.

    http://www.summitracing.com/parts/HRD-3159/


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    Jegs has some trays for these scoops and mounts! WT


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    go to Dooley in anaheim ca 714-630-6436 he just did my tray

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    Jegs and summit sell a tray and mounting kit for that scoop, it's pretty straight forward, but it will be an additional $125 bucks on top of the cost of the scoop.

    In the monthly catalog that comes to my house the scoop treys are right next to the scoops, on the same page.

    You should have TRG paint it for you to match your boat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick View Post
    Jegs and summit sell a tray and mounting kit for that scoop, it's pretty straight forward, but it will be an additional $125 bucks on top of the cost of the scoop.

    In the monthly catalog that comes to my house the scoop treys are right next to the scoops, on the same page.

    You should have TRG paint it for you to match your boat!
    where in the summit mag?
    All i see is for a dominator carb.
    Got a part #?

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    CSI-690 hers the part number in summit......and there are a few different types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harley222 View Post
    CSI-690 hers the part number in summit......and there are a few different types.
    that part shows it for a dominator carb.
    below is discription

    Hood Scoop Mount, Single Carburetor, Billet Aluminum, Clear Anodized, 4-Barrel Dominator, Each

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    Never mind i found everything i need at Jegs

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    Default Ghetto scoop base

    Old road sign
    2 aluminum strips
    8 rivets
    2 bolts
    2 nuts

    Total investment: $0.98
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    Quote Originally Posted by jet460 View Post
    Old road sign
    2 aluminum strips
    8 rivets
    2 bolts
    2 nuts

    Total investment: $0.98
    looks like it used to be for a single carb to boot!!
    cool and it works.
    U dont even want to know what my scoop cost with all the parts it took make it work
    and it still needs to be painted.....

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    Jegs and Summit already put me in bankruptcy court once.

    That's why I troll the isles at Ace Hardware now.

    ...and those straps make a neat whistle when I let off the gas....hehe...
    Last edited by jet460; 08-30-2010 at 04:05 PM.

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