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  • rodnutrandy
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    I bought a like new 600 cfm 1406 electric choke edelbrock off craigs list. Could drive to owners home and $100 brought the carb home. E-bay is great, but don't overlook craigs list for local buys. (also bought a nice 1406 manual choke off craigs list for$25.) It Had electric choke removed.

    Randy Wilkin
    1946 M5 Streetrod
    Hillsboro,Ohio 45133

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  • mjeansonne
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    Jason;

    Here is the information I got for the required carb linkage hookup. Go to your local hardware store and get a Ball Joint Assembly, thread 10-32. My hardware store gets these from Serv-a-lite Products part no. BJA - 10F. The cost here at our hardware store are $5.98 each. Good luck.



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  • scott.rodgers
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    FYI-

    I just got an email from Summit Racing saying they're having a 10% off sale on all Edelbrock Performer carbs 12/15 - 12/17/08.

    Scott Rodgers
    Los Angeles
    SDC Member since 1989
    '60 Lark HT
    '63 Wagonaire

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  • Chicken Hawk
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    [quote]Originally posted by JLasvegas

    yea the 500s on ebay are right around 270-300
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    I have several Edelbrock carbs:

    1403 (500cfm/electric choke/performer) (Summit $307.95 + $11.75 handling) $298 INCLUDING shipping.

    1404 (500cfm/manual choke/performer) ($259.95 + $11.75) $255

    9904 (remanufactured 500cfm/manual choke/performer) (Summit NLA) $245

    1405 (600cfm/manual choke/performer) (Summit $264.95 + $11.75) $260

    9905 (remanufactured 600cfm/manual choke/performer) (Summit NLA) $245

    1406 (600cfm/electric choke/economy) (Summit $289.95 + $11.75) $280

    9906 (600cfm/electric choke/economy (Summit $249.95 + $11.75) $245

    Also have a new Carter 9641 Marine 625cfm/electric choke NLA $285

    All above INCLUDE shipping to the 50 states.

    And Big End Chrome air cleaner 14" x 3" for Edelbrock carb $20 + ship.

    Ted (email: tedharbit@aol.com )


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  • mjeansonne
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    Once you have your two barrell manifold converted to 4 barrell, you use a spacer to raise the carb up some, otherwise the rear butterflys and linkage will catch on the surface of the manifold. As for the linkage, I went to the local hardware store and purchased a swival link to attach to the carb and then to the accellorator link. (I'm having a 'Senior Moment' so I don't remember the exact name, but the hardware store is not far, so I will go by and see exactly the name so you can purchase one at a local hardware store.) Its not a difficult change over. Probably won't take but a few hours, but... Also you will need new studs to bolt the carb down with. I went ahead and got 3" studs, they are a bit long, but they only sell them in 1" variances and a 2" stud is too short. I didn't cut them down and they don't interfere with anything, but you could cut them shorter if you want.

    Hope this helps.



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  • JLasvegas
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    quote:Originally posted by mjeansonne

    I just put a 500CFM Edelbrock, Performer Series on my daughter's 1961 Hawk. Boy does it run better!!! The old Carter WCFB was a piece of C----!!! The car loped at stop lights and burned too rich on the right bank! I am buying another for my 1963 Champ Pickup. No use "experimenting" with the old Carbs! Take my advice... buy a new Edelbrock!!



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    1403 with the electric choke? did you also buy the spacer to lift it off the manifold? how hard was the linkage to hook up
    Im asking alot because I have the stromburg 2bbl on right now


    1964 Daytona Wagonaire
    259cid flight o matic

    "IT'S BAD LUCK TO BE SUPERSTITIOUS"

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  • mjeansonne
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    Oh I forgot... I do have the old Carter WCFB I took off the Hawk... it was rebuilt a couple years ago. If you are interested, I would be willing to sell it!!



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  • mjeansonne
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    I just put a 500CFM Edelbrock, Performer Series on my daughter's 1961 Hawk. Boy does it run better!!! The old Carter WCFB was a piece of C----!!! The car loped at stop lights and burned too rich on the right bank! I am buying another for my 1963 Champ Pickup. No use "experimenting" with the old Carbs! Take my advice... buy a new Edelbrock!!



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  • JLasvegas
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    yea the 500s on ebay are right around 270-300


    1964 Daytona Wagonaire
    259cid flight o matic

    "IT'S BAD LUCK TO BE SUPERSTITIOUS"

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  • bige
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    Make sure you check someplace like Summit Racing for a price before you grab an ebay carb. I see some of them going for as much as you would pay through a regular speed shop.

    The 500's don't come up as often as the 600 and bring more money. If you lean a 600 down it will perform just fine.

    ErnieR


    On its way to a 15.097 Spring 2006.

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  • JDP
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    Try ebay, and you do not need another rod.

    JDP/Maryland
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  • JLasvegas
    started a topic 4bbl carb wanted

    4bbl carb wanted

    I have a 2bbl manifold thats been converted and Im looking for a 4bbl carb 500cfm
    not really looking to plunk down the new Edelbrock price as its an experiment but if there is no other option I guess I will need to do so

    correct me if Im wrong but I will probably also need a throttle rod as well?


    1964 Daytona Wagonaire
    259cid flight o matic

    "IT'S BAD LUCK TO BE SUPERSTITIOUS"
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