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Carb position on 140 vs 110 Heads?
Posted by: blkcorvair ()
Date: September 01, 2022 01:13PM

Question. I am building a new Motor and now thinking about using a set of 140 Heads vs my original 110 Heads. I'll only use 2 Primary Carbs to start off with but may trace down all the linkage and parts to add the 2 secondaries at a later date. My thinking is that the 140 heads will flow better even with just two carbs than the 110 heads and I can always upgrade them further later down the road,

so my Question is, are the Primary Carb locations the same on the 140 head as the Standard 2 Carb Head carb? Meaning, Can I just set this up with two Primary carbs, my Standard 110 Air filter housing and 110 Linkage to start off with? Obviously Ill block off the Secondary holes for the time being.

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Re: Carb position on 140 vs 110 Heads?
Posted by: 2manyvairs ()
Date: September 01, 2022 01:16PM

Yes same position

Jeff

Mid Michigan


1960 700 sedan - blue, #1819 oldest existing non horn slot car
1962 Monza sedan - black w/red cloth interior daily driver
1962 Monza coupe - silver blue/blue 4spd
1963 Greenbrier - standard, "Turdbrier"
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1964 Monza coupe - red/black, 95hp pg, 54k miles 3rd owner
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Re: Carb position on 140 vs 110 Heads?
Posted by: blkcorvair ()
Date: September 01, 2022 01:18PM

Wow Super Quick Answer. Thanks so much.

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