You can be completely successful doing the rebuild yourself at home. Although I've never taken advantage of Pony's services, they apparantly do, as part of their rebuild process, correct what they classify as inherent factory deficiencies of the carb to enhance/improve its operation. The other plus is that the Pony product will probably have a 'new look' appearance that may be a bit more difficult to duplicate at home, but its not impossible. But what ever those deficiencies might be, the 4100's which are 30 to 40 years old now, still seem to function pretty darn good on a budget rebuild, deficiencies and all. That is pretty good argument to use the $232 savings for something else on a daily driver.
65 Hi-Po F/B
67 GTA F/B (small block)
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Need help with my 65 mustang fsbk it has a 302 8000 miles on engine new demon carb / fuel pump, pentroneix
distributor and coil car starts and run well but after it runs for a few minutes
it just shuts off as if I turned the ignition off will attempt to start but wont until it fully cools...
Over the years I've collected all kinds of spare gaskets, paper, rubber, carb, intake, exhaust, rebuild kit spares, etc. How do you preserve these gaskets, so they can be reused later, a year or two or five later.
I don’t know if I should remove the black leather and extra trim I’m not sure if this was an extra feature and should I fix the leather if it’s (OEM). Or was it added after it was sold and should I remove it if it’s (aftermarket).