Spreads were only made for a few years. 79-80 SII and 74-75 Pick-ups and T-alls.Sully said:why do the squarebores seem so much more common than the spread bores? I've been looking for a spreadbore for about two months now, and all I even come across are the squarebores?
Before I actually started looking for one, I always heard that it was the other way around.
Or is it just Murphy's Law kicking me in the nuts?
I disagree. The small primaries of a spredbore out perform any two barrel! :shaking:Rock Star said:Just stay with your 2 barrel intake and put injection on it. You will be glad that you did. If that seems to expensive(its not really!) then get a 2 barrel motorcraft carb. this is the BEST way to go (if there is one) with keeping a carb on your engine.
Other then that Yank the engine and put an injected engine in there and go have fun......my .02
Performance and economy wise I think your correct.Old Scout said:I disagree. The small primaries of a spredbore out perform any two barrel! :shaking:
No better off road carb then a Q-jet! :flipoff2:RustoleumWhite said:Performance and economy wise I think your correct.
However for wheeling, I beleive RS was refering to the 2bbl being better on the trails than most 4-bbls.
But I wouldn't know, I'm efi :flipoff2: