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Old April 29th, 2009, 07:31 PM
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Default What carb is stock ? ?

After I did a Chev 350 conversion, I sold the engine with the carb.
Which carb is stock on the Tornado engine ? I am about ready to make another carb kit order, and I might as well be stocking kits for the Kaiser.
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Old April 29th, 2009, 07:52 PM
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The Holley 1 barrel Model 1920 was stock...it has a different accelerator pump than most civilian motors though...
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Old April 29th, 2009, 08:35 PM
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I will double check on the accellerator pump before I order, most military carb applications are always a wee bit differant than the civi app's. Thanks, Tom
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I am a bit vague from what I meant...the accelerator pump arm is very differet on the mil version...its an external way to id the right carb...If I remember right I saw an old Ford that had the same one...in a pickup, early 60's...the Dodge ones are not correct.
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I just ordered a carb kit from Memphis Equipment. They have plenty in stock.
This a very complete kit.

~$28 plus shipping.
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Would the mil version be compatible with a civy 1920?
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Its a little different...baffle in the bowl and float setting are different...the accelerator pump arm...

Never tried to put the civvy types side by side and seee if it would bolt up and go...
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