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Carb Recommendation #3081783
09/29/22 06:50 PM
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Hi! I would like to get AVS 2. I have a stock 1970 440 engine that has a 1971 intake. I want to know if it will work with a stock air cleaner and fresh air hood? Is it easy to hook up the electric choke? Can someone tell me the right part number for the carb for my car? Thanks.


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Re: Carb Recommendation [Re: GTXKARL] #3081815
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wave Hi Karl , What axle Ratio is in your Rear Axle ? and is this a manual Trans , or Auto ? Do you just Street Drive around , Or a little track or Lot of Track time ? Need more info to help You with Carb recommendation . drive Ronnie

Re: Carb Recommendation [Re: GTXKARL] #3081829
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might see if someone at edelCROCK can give you the dimensions. wink

As far as sizing I would say a 700 or 750 should do the trick. unfortunately they jump from 650 to 800 CFM down realcrazy spank twocents
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if it were me i'd do the 750. the edelbrock 750 is identical in throttle bore and venturi to the '67 375hp 440. i've done this with a 1407 on a stock 440. out of the box jetting is very close on an iron intake. they drive very smooth and are easy to adjust/tune.

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Re: Carb Recommendation [Re: GTXKARL] #3081915
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Originally Posted by GTXKARL
Hi! I would like to get AVS 2. I have a stock 1970 440 engine that has a 1971 intake. I want to know if it will work with a stock air cleaner and fresh air hood? Is it easy to hook up the electric choke? Can someone tell me the right part number for the carb for my car? Thanks.


It will the dimensions are the same as the original Carters . they come in only 650 and 800 , some tuning will be required. The electric should needs to be connected to a 12v key on voltage source , NEVER connect it to the positive side of the coil.


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Originally Posted by JohnRR
Originally Posted by GTXKARL
Hi! I would like to get AVS 2. I have a stock 1970 440 engine that has a 1971 intake. I want to know if it will work with a stock air cleaner and fresh air hood? Is it easy to hook up the electric choke? Can someone tell me the right part number for the carb for my car? Thanks.


It will the dimensions are the same as the original Carters . they come in only 650 and 800 , some tuning will be required. The electric should needs to be connected to a 12v key on voltage source , NEVER connect it to the positive side of the coil.


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Re: Carb Recommendation [Re: 1969ronnie] #3082027
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Hi Ron it a 4 speed car . 354 gear


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Re: Carb Recommendation [Re: GTXKARL] #3082099
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hi

i might have one do you want one for a 70 or 71 ?

pm me .

Re: Carb Recommendation [Re: GTXKARL] #3082120
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Originally Posted by GTXKARL
Hi Ron it a 4 speed car . 354 gear


That's the trans and gear I have in my '69 GTX 440 and I did the plug and play Holley 770 Street Avenger carb. I did the 670 Holley SA on my '68 Road Runner 383 727 and was really, really happy with it and the reason I went with the 770 HSA on the GTX. Comes with different secondary springs that are easily exchanged without removing the carb, and externally adjustable float level access also without removing the carb ,


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Street Demon? I really like the 750cfm on my stroked small block. Responsive, easily tuned, and unlike previous carb, the car can sit for two or three weeks, and I pump it three or four times and it fires right up! Has some of the TQ similarities too.

Older video that's from when it first came out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAhdCRixqqw


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Originally Posted by larrymopar360
Street Demon? I really like the 750cfm on my stroked small block. Responsive, easily tuned, and unlike previous carb, the car can sit for two or three weeks, and I pump it three or four times and it fires right up! Has some of the TQ similarities too.

Older video that's from when it first came out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAhdCRixqqw


Except it doesn't sound like a TQ down

Re: Carb Recommendation [Re: Sniper] #3082328
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Originally Posted by Sniper
Originally Posted by larrymopar360
Street Demon? I really like the 750cfm on my stroked small block. Responsive, easily tuned, and unlike previous carb, the car can sit for two or three weeks, and I pump it three or four times and it fires right up! Has some of the TQ similarities too.

Older video that's from when it first came out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAhdCRixqqw


Except it doesn't sound like a TQ down
No it doesn't quite have that sound but honestly neither do any of the others suggested. On the plus side unlike the TQ it'll start weeks later even with 10% ethanol, much more easy to tune, and really no down sides to it other than the class TQ sound missing.


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