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I'm not talking about the 4v AFB. More like the 2bbl down or side draught type. I've seen the Inglese setup. Very impressive! If you have or ever hed them, I was wondering about your experience with them, good or bad.

67 coupe 289 auto
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Georgeb was around on the old forum and he had 4*2 Weber IDA setup. I asked about 2 months ago his whereabouts but haven't heard about him.

This is a Mnielsen's post about possible links from the old forum. And Georgeb's comment to that.
http://www.inglese.com/
http://www.bluethunderauto.com/
http://www.holmanmoody.com/parts/hardpart.htm

Posted by georgeb Posted on Tue Jan 18 09:18:29 2000

Spoke with Lee Holman, he used (uses?) Inglese. Inglese was sold to someone a few years back; they grind the numbers off of the jets in the carbs they sell. Blue Thunder is new to me, I'll give them a look. There's also www.webrercarburetors.com.


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I use a single Weber 48IDA.




No - not on the Mustang. It is on my roadrace car. It's an RX-7.

Keith

64 1/2 coupe built around April 30, 1964
was a 260 3-speed becoming a 5.0 5-speed.
 
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