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Re: 292 and Holley.. how many CFM?
38_1.5Ton #1412544 Thu Jun 03 2021 07:59 PM
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Double dingo I went to one Kansas City reunion and met a few Stovebolters well worth the trip then a homecoming in Mary land I got hooked and been back to both events can’t get out of my country now but put it on your bucket list to meet some of the guys had the pleasure of lunch with HRL as well in Tennessee with Don King


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Re: 292 and Holley.. how many CFM?
38_1.5Ton #1412977 Mon Jun 07 2021 03:56 PM
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After a failed EFI attempt on my 235, I settled in a 350cfm Holley 2 barrel on a Clifford heated manifold. I have Fenton exhaust with dual pipes. Threw in a Langdon mini HEI and could not be happier. After some accelerator pump tuning, she runs like a dream.

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