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  1. Hello In the forum, you have a good experience on straight height motor so if you could help me, it will be wonderful. i restore a Chrysler convertible Town and country 1946 but I have not the carburetor Stromberg initially mounted , I think to take a Carter 1bbl with adaptator but I have also to take all the other parts air filter, dashpot, …, could you help me to do the best choice with the picture of manifold attached thanks domi
  2. While I'm waiting on the machine shop to get back to me on what needs to be done to the 230 cid motor, I thought I'd experiment with carburetion. I will be using the larger "Power Pack" intake that came with the motor, which came from the factory with the 2bbl Stromberg WW carb, which @Loren really likes. I had earlier purchased Langdon's Stovebolt Weber clone 32/26 2bbl carb for another project, and it's still new in the box. Everyone who has installed the Langdon carb seems to really like it. I was trying to look up the CFM numbers for both to compare, but with no luck. Assuming I did a clean and rebuild of the Stromberg, which carb would be a better choice? This will be used in my '40 Plymouth wagon - no racing, just regular driving.
  3. Hi All; I am looking for jetting charts for our truck carbs. I found some specifics in the Chrysler Industrial engine manual but I am unsure if this data is valid for the non stationary engines. I am looking for specific Carter jet numbers for the various model B & Bs that our trucks came equipped with and perhaps a master jet size list or chart. Data on Strombergs would be welcome too. Maybe we could pool all our info in this one spot. If you have any of this data could you please post it here? Thanks, Jeff
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