QuadraJet On A Stude Intake Project

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Re: QuadraJet On A Stude Intake Project

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Good article. The carb I used on the camper was from Jet.
Grew up Studebaker. Drag raced successfully in Southern California. Flew down the salt in the Burke Avanti in 2010 at 159 mph as the Bucket List Dream Avanti. Now part of the Dutch Treat Racing Team, Super Lark driver/team member.
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Re: QuadraJet On A Stude Intake Project

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I know this is an old post but wondering if there has been any updates? I was wondering if you all considered a 4100 series Autolite? With the 1.08 bores it’s like a 471cfm and was used on the 260 and 289 fords from the 60’s.
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I ran one of those on my '61 Hawk... Back in 1970...
Ran real good!
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Mike wrote: 24 Nov 2022, 11:45 I know this is an old post but wondering if there has been any updates? I was wondering if you all considered a 4100 series Autolite? With the 1.08 bores it’s like a 471cfm and was used on the 260 and 289 fords from the 60’s.
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I used a 4100 on the Weiand Hi-Rise on the 283 in my '65 4 speed Cruiser for years. It replaced a troublesome AFB.
Once I got the 4100 set-up, adding a speed shop mechanical secondary kit, I never had to touch it again. One of the best and easiest carbs I ever worked on.
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