You wouldn't happen to still have yours laying around that you would want to sell.....would you?On 2006-03-01 17:54, mavman wrote:
I bought one. I wasted my money...but also I do not have access to a GOOD dyno to tune it right. Lost nearly a half second. No matter what I did, I could not get the car to launch. Once it got going, it would scream like a banshee, but getting it out of the hole was a chore at best. It also did not like to idle.
I put a bone-stock 700 double pumper back on it and my half second came back.
A friend "built" his Holley with Proform main body and picked up a bunch of MPH and ET, so maybe different combos work better.
Yes you can do that and save some money vs. buying the Proform throttle body and metering blocks. You can use a 650dp, 700dp, or 750dp, all will work. The model numbers are 4777, 4778, and 4779 for those three carbs.On 2006-03-02 12:14, 82GT wrote:
79stang351, recommends that I buy a 650dp for cheap, on Ebay, and then buy the Holley trick kit. That probably sounds like the cheapest way. What Part nunber should I be looking for on a 650dp...4777?
1st... NOOn 2006-03-01 14:31, 82GT wrote:
I'm thinking about buying a proform center body but have a few questions. First, is it worth it? Second, would I just need to attach the fuel bowls from my 750(3310) and have a 750dp then? What else would I need?