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Crazy Idea? 2 Autolite 2100's(and adapters) on 2x4 intake..

February 9 2018 at 9:30 AM
Ed Jenkins  (Login Galaxie)
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I was bored the other night and came up with an idea.

How would 2 2100's and and adapters work on a 2x4 intake?

I've got a 352 short block sitting next to my work bench, might use it depending on what daily driver I get,

thinking 2 1.23 autolites, C8AE-H heads, 2x4 intake, not sure on cam.


How about 2 small 2100's on a 302 in a light car?
Ed Jenkins

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1966 Galaxie 500 Convertible built in Chicago Illinois, will have a 400 horse 390, trick C6, Crites Aluminum radiator and a rust free frame from the south. Work continues.

 
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Tom P
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Re: Crazy Idea? 2 Autolite 2100's(and adapters) on 2x4 intake..

February 9 2018, 10:40 AM 

I'm sure it would work but won't be ideal. If you made progressive linkage so all four barrels aren't opening at once you would want the front carb to be the first to open as it is more centered.
Might drive OK.

 
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winr1
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Turn them sideways an tub it !!! ( Tommy T ) ^_^

February 9 2018, 10:46 AM 

I think 2 x 2100s would be cool looking

Did ya see Tom's 3x2 setup ??



Ricky.


    
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I thought about 4 of them...

February 9 2018, 12:16 PM 

...on my quad dual. But I didn't have 4 that were the same.

I looked around for a while... then I found out that people actually want money for those damn Autolite carbs!happy.gif

 
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Ed Jenkins
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I have 2 that are the same.......

February 12 2018, 9:43 AM 

....I can find more.

I've thought about putting 2 2100's together to make a double pumper autolite, One backward, one forward. Would take a custom adapter.

Ed Jenkins

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1966 Galaxie 500 Convertible built in Chicago Illinois, will have a 400 horse 390, trick C6, Crites Aluminum radiator and a rust free frame from the south. Work continues.

 
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TorinoBP88
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sounds like fun! n/m

February 9 2018, 11:00 AM 

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FElony
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Similar

February 9 2018, 11:15 AM 

I have a '70 F250 I rescued from a trip to the scrapper. The absolutely filthy factory 2x4 intake is topped off with a pair of Holley 350cfm 2V's. This was a daily driver for some guy in some trade, not sure what. The bed is rusted through, kind of unusual around here. I didn't get it straight from him, so I have no clue as to its manners with dual duals. Non-original 105 block with D2 heads (probably a 360) and a granny stick trans. If the scrapper hadn't caught me at home that day with the truck on his trailer, it would have gone to the yard just like that.
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Falconred
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Carbs

February 9 2018, 5:10 PM 

Not to get too far off the subject==== Oh Heck, lets get way off!!! I remember taking the JC Whitney catalog one time and figuring how to get eight (8) 4-barrels on a one barrel intake with their adapters!



    
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Re: Carbs

February 9 2018, 5:10 PM 





    
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MeanGene
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Weird intakes

February 10 2018, 5:13 AM 

Saw one at Turlock a few years ago - a 2x4 intake for an SBC, for two Quadrajets
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Tom P
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Re: Weird intakes

February 10 2018, 7:39 PM 

I had an FE one, Offy for dual Quadrabogs.

 
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