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    What if I wanted to mate this up with my stock variable venturi or my 1-684 Holley carb on my 351 Windsor?
    Would I experience any issues? As long as I stay 2 barrel, I should be OK with CARB smog laws, right?
    http://www.holley.com/8023.asp

    Thanks,
    Dustin

    1988 Ford LTD Crown Victoria S

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    Quote Originally Posted by 88LTDCV351 View Post
    What if I wanted to mate this up with my stock variable venturi or my 1-684 Holley carb on my 351 Windsor?
    Would I experience any issues? As long as I stay 2 barrel, I should be OK with CARB smog laws, right?
    Personally, I wouldn't use a 2-bbl carburetor on a Weiand Stealth intake manifold. As stated in the instructions, this is a high performance manifold that performs best in conjunction with 600+ cfm carburetors, more aggressive camshaft profiles and higher performance ignition & exhaust systems. Also, there's no EGR provision, so check the legality in your state.
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    Unfortunately, California requires that I stay with the 2 bbl variable venturi stock carb or the Holley 2 bbl replacement carb because of the feedback feature. I don't know if the last years of these carbs in the police cars have EGR or not, but sounds like there would be no improvement then with a different intake manifold.

    1988 Ford LTD Crown Victoria S

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