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Old 01-10-2018, 01:44 PM
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Has anybody ran a 62 on a 350 4 bolt main with a high end cam
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Old 01-11-2018, 12:26 PM
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maybe it's my lack of knowledge but what is a 6x2 ? Thanks.
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Old 01-11-2018, 12:27 PM
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It's a intake with 6 carbs
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It's a intake with 6 carbs

What do you want to know? Where to buy? how to tune? drivability?

I would think there would be some expertise on HAMB.

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What kind of power can I get out of it
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What kind of power can I get out of it
Most 350 engines need in the range of 450-750 cfm airflow (depending on cam and intended rpm). With 6 carbs I would think the cam and heads would be the limiting flow restriction, so what hp does your cam and head flow support?

Most manifolds for those types of carbs are also short runner so expect the torque curve to be pushed towards higher rpm.

For pure power purposes there is no real reason to do it as most any Holley/Rochester/Edelbrock gives the engine the cfm it needs. But looks is a good reason to do it though. :-)

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6 deuces, IMHO, is a waste of time except for the "WOW" factor. Had a 57 Bel-Air with a 6 deuce set up almost burn down at the drag strip I flagged at in 1960. My opinion, your money do as you wish. If it were mine I'd run 2-4r's.
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2 4rs ok ill look into it thanks
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I did a bit of a search and found a couple at Summit and Jegs and this list on eBay.
https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_odk...chevy&_sacat=0

There is quite a selection there and even a couple of very pricey 6-2's setups. The dual quad manifolds are old school since the oil fill is in the front of the manifold and that went away when pcv systems became mandatory. They also appear to be set up for AFB's, same as Edlebrocks, but you could adapt Holley's to them though the linkage gets a little squirrelly. Good luck with what you decide to do.
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This guy I know is selling o e for a 1000 dollars has everything complete
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This guy I know is selling o e for a 1000 dollars has everything complete with carbs linkage
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This guy I know is selling o e for a 1000 dollars has everything complete with carbs linkage

What year and what size engine?
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All you will get for you troubles is wow factor. But if Bling is your thing go for it.
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All you will get for you troubles is wow factor. But if Bling is your thing go for it.

Is it your intention to stir up garbage? If you don't have something positive to add why say anything at all?
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Its a 77 350 4 bolt main
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Its a 77 350 4 bolt main

I meant the guy with the $1000 setup, what's it off of?
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He was going to put it on a 350 but couldn't get it going so when other route
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there are reason race cars have a single four barrel carbs. its a waist of time and money to go more then one carb. and unless your going to be making a lot of power your have way to much carb and it wont run with a damn
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Ok thanks for your info will stick to what I have
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Ok thanks for your info will stick to what I have
is your engine stock?
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