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Old 10-31-2007, 11:35 PM   #1
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Has anyone ever heard of these or used one? I'm thinking whether it'* worth the money for a 75 Chev 350 motor.
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That'* what I have. With PC logging and the gauge.

What type of fueling does the 350 have? Carb? TBI? Multi-port? This is for a 75 Chevy? If so, I'll move your topic for you.
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Sorry for the wrong posting location Will, if you could move it I would appreciate it.


The carb is a Rochester Quadrajet 4 B. (rebuilt) running headers and a 2.5" exhaust. RWHP has been dyno'd at 305. I assume I have to weld in the bung just behind the header? There are several different types, which one did you purchase and which one would be best for me?
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Innovate Standalone Gauge Kit w\ LC-1 & red DB Gauge (wb-dbr-3796)

I'm not sure how a wideband is going to help you tune a car with a carb. It'* really something you'll want an EG analyzer for once in awhile, but not a standalone system like this. Back in the day, we did it by smell.

I'll move your topic to the lounge for you.
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I've heard of it as well. I hear it'* the best for the price and most of the guys that I know are running them.
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Thanks for the info Will, and thanks for moving it to the lounge.


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I need to set up the carb as best I can get get maximum fuel economy as well as get the best performance I can. Just before I parked it I remember getting an average of 12 mpg. I also have to rebuild the distributor.
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