l know that 327's (300hp)...and 409's had a 3/8" fuel line......how about the 250hp 327......5/16"...like the 283?
Also......did the 250hp get a 4GC...or a AFB.....like the 300 HP?
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A link that is worth checking out is the GM Heritage site for Vehicle Information Kits: https://gmheritagecenter.com/docs/gm-heritage-archive/vehicle-information-kits/Chevrolet/1964-Chevrolet.pdf
Go to page 61 in the PDF file for Fuel System info. It doesn't mention the fuel inlet size, but it does say the 250-horse has a sintered bronze filter in the carb inlet, while the 300-horse has a glass bowl with a paper element. The 250-horse has a square bore carb (Carter AVS or Rochester 4GC?) with a 1.06" primary / 1.25" secondary venturis while the 300-horse has a larger Carter AFB with 1.25" primary / 1.56" secondary. Manual vs. auto affects carb selection as well.
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MoboMac wrote:The 300hp was dual exhaust.....and I can't believe that a 4bbl 327 would have come with single exhaust...250 OR 300hp. I'm thinking the 300hp had 2 1/2" front pipes.....
The 300hp was dual exhaust.....and I can't believe that a 4bbl 327 would have come with single exhaust...250 OR 300hp. I'm thinking the 300hp had 2 1/2" front pipes.....
300 had the 2/12 with afb and 250 hp was 2 inch with 4gc
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