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    Junior Member sassylass's Avatar
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    Jun 2008

    What carburetor size for 383 Chevy?

    What carburetor size would you recommend for a 11-1 compression stroker motor currently running a 600 Edelbrock? Do you think going up in size would give me more top end? I'm running a torquer 2 intake, and I was thinking of going to an air gap.

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    Junior Member inkjax's Avatar
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    Jul 2008
    since you have the same motor i do and i have tried all the carbs --- im now running a proform 780 cfm (same as a holley) if you're only playing withit and doing some racing it will be much better with a torker style air gap manifold. do you have the cam for this ? mine is a 385 stroker with 11.1, full roller top end with girdles, 6" eagle rods, brodix heads with a .641 lift cam and 1.6 rockers. my car runs in the tens with a 373 rear end. yes==it hauls ass. i did use the 1850 600 cfm on my 9.1 motor and it was ok. the edelbrock/carter style was a better street carb by must have a mountain of torque with 11.1 comp and a short dual plane manifold and a 600 on it .. no top end--right ? its not going to breath with that little carb on it and a flat manifold. if you want it to run faster go with the typhoon manifold. its half the price of the big name stuff and it works fine. a 750 with 78 jets in the front and 82's in the back will work for both street and strip. check your heat and the plugs to be sure you're in the "groove" with the fuel needed. im currently going with a 9inch/488 and a th400 w/ brake to increase my "launch.. your should run alot better with a 750 on it or at least a good "worked" 650 for a street motor.. if you'de like to see some little pics and videos of my car. let me know . good luck ..

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    Member Scott P's Avatar
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    Jun 2008
    im running a 383 stroker with a holley street avenger 770 and it seems to run great but not good on gas your edelbrock is a better option for performance and mileage but if your looking for just performance get a holley

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