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Author Topic: Edelbrock AVS2  (Read 326 times)
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« on: August 20, 2022, 12:48:09 PM »

Guys, anyone have experience running an AVS2 on their 440? Looking at replacing my Proform. They donít do a 750. Nearest size is 650 or 800. Keen to hear feedback if youíve used one.
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« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2022, 05:39:10 PM »

Had a competition series 750 Eddy on the 68 RT when I bought it, it was terrible about vapor locking as most Eddys I've been around. Replaced it with a Holley 850 Dp with improved but not completely solved the vapor lock but what it did do was woke the car up. It was a completely different car with the Holley. As I mentioned in your other thread I am not fond of Eddys at all and the too main reasons are bad/quick to vapor lock and don't seem to be able to supply the fuel that most engines need. Another reason I'm sure is the fact that I don't know how to tinker with them like I do Holleys. They do run smooth and with the choke set right they seem to be good about cold starts (provided they haven't boiled all the fuel out. Twocents
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