posted November 28, 2002 06:08 PM
rules say 2 barrel, 4412 or rochester either one...i have a rochester so what little things can "I" do to this carb to make it better? its going on a 350 882 heads 480 lift cam stock alum 4barrel intake, track is med banked half mile
Earl Parker II Dirt Full Roller
Total posts: 39
posted November 28, 2002 06:28 PM
You might want to think about going with a 4412 anyway. Rochesters are very good carburetors but the Holley offers at least two advantages for the racer who wants to work on their own carburetor:
1. Virtually any part you need for tuning purposes is readily available from a variety of sources.
2. It's easy to work with the idle, accelerator and main systems to get the most from your Holley. While your Rochester has all of these systems they're somewhat more difficult to modify for maximum performance.
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racerdave99 Dirt Roller
Total posts: 14
posted December 06, 2002 10:55 PM
7d2, I think you should buy a used 4412 because it is already broken in. I dont think it would help any though cause there is a 99 car up there that will stomp you rookie. you know who he is.look out