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Need a new carb. 2 barls


Hi

I want to know where I can find a new 2 brls carb. for a 283 cu.in. and a 2 speeeds trans.

For now I have a 2 brls carb with oil air filter. The carb is not connect to the trans.

Can I change it for an air filter carb?

I want someting to fit with the transmission.

Thank You Guys

 



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This is the closest I could find     

 

 

http://www.kijiji.ca/v-engines-and-engine-parts/ottawa/chevy-350-intake-and-2-bbl-carb-1970-1979/1089506659?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true



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Hi 427 carl

Are you sure it' going to fit on my 283 cu.in.



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RE: Need a new carb. 2 bbls


I think so    but we will wait for another answer      I wonder about a re-built carb from a parts store like Napa or Car Quest 



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RE: Need a new carb. 2 barls


I could be wrong but I believe every SBC intake 1986 and down are interchangeable. Afther that if i remember correctly the 4 bolt in the center dont fit if the intake holes are not sloted .

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pontiac 1957 wrote:
I want someting to fit with the transmission.

What you need is the linkage for the kickdown (automatically downshift when you stomp on the gas pedal) eh?

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Chokes changed through the years.



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If i were you .... i would go buy a nice 650cfm edelbrock carb with electric choke .... you won't regret it ! And they make kickdown bracket for any transmission .

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you're right

But where can I find those pièces?



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I doubt you're going to find a original linkage for your application . That's why i sugested going towards a Edelbrock carb and braket.
You can find them online or at any speedshop .

Tu habite quel coin ?

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I live at st-hubert near montreal

Whatabout the used carb somebody proposed me

Do you think it's a good deal



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I personaly would never put a used Carb on a good engine ....
Pay a bit more and be sure to enjoy the rest of the summer !!

En réalitée, mettre un carburateur usagé; t'a 50% de chance que ca marche .... et 50% de chance que tu aille tellement de problemes avec le moteur que tu te mette a detester ton achat ! Tout ca pour 300$ de différence ! Sans compter que si tu n'est pas mécanicien comme moi, il faut que tu paye quelqu'un a chaque fois pour l'installer et l'ajuster !

J'ai acheter 2 fois des usagés; plus jamais ! 



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Your carb will be a small base Rochester 2GC , sometime in the mid 60's the base pattern changed.

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if you want to stay true to the original design, the part number for a rebuilt carb is 3-324 .


you can use the number and go to Carquest with it, since they are now part of Advance auto parts or type 3-324 carburetor in Google and let the magic of the web do it stuff ! :p





-- Edited by MickyG on Wednesday 29th of July 2015 11:00:43 PM

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What's wrong with the carb on the car now? I'd lean towards rebuilding that one, and sourcing the missing kickdown linkage. Aftermarket reman carbs often leave a lot to be desired. And the oil bath air cleaner is really a superior design to paper filters. The manufacturers only switched because paper filters are cheaper (for them, not the end user).

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I agree with Brad, rebuild the original you have.



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