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If you disagree, look it up. The port sizes are in the edelbrock catalogue online.
The performer has the smaller 318 ports.
The performer rpm has the bigger 340 ports.
My original Carter AVSIf I'm reading this right, you have an AVS2 and your still adjusting the other carb. I'm thinking I would try the new one....
I'd be interested in knowing this as well. I've been recommending this carb to anyone who will listen, but I've no idea about the kick-down linkage.
You'll like it! Everyone else I've talked to that has one does. It's a game changer when it comes to start up and throttle response.
Send it back. I've got one, and I've helped talk several others on here into buying one. I wouldn't have it if anyone else had been screwing...
My installation was really easy. I've got a 4 speed, so there was no extra linkage for a kick down, and my factory carb was also an AVS. I...
I unscrewed the fitting that the fuel line goes to from my original Carter avs, and used it on the avs2. Edelbrock recommends a banjo fitting that...
I had to add some bend to my fuel line because of the electric choke, but the factory 1970 340 air cleaner fit fine.[ATTACH]
Oh I'm sure you're right! But I want it!
this is the stock 1970, 340 air cleaner with a drop base. It fits fine.
Sorry, I was wrong about my last post. It was more like 350 with tax from autozone.
I think I paid $450 for the AVS2.
I've got the electric choke AVS2 on my 70 dart 340, 4 speed. Best carb I've ever owned. Starts great, throttle response is incredible. I highly...
I'm also considering getting the 800 AVS2 just to play with. I'm curious.
As I stated earlier in this thread, the 650 AVS2 was a game changer, at least for me. I highly recommend it!
Carter avs carbs are that way. The throttle plates are larger on the secondaries than the primaries.
With a non factory cam(unknown specs) my 340, 4 speed, 3.91 geared dart seems like it might like a little more fuel at high rpm with the 650. The...
I'd like to know, because I probably would have bought the 800 if it had been available.
I got the AVS2 650 on my 340. Best carb I've ever bought. Runs better and starts way easier.
I really appreciate the response to my AVS problems. It's great to belong to a forum where I can get help from people with more experience than...
Didnt say I wasnt gonna work on it.
I'm very capable of doing my own work. I was just looking for a starting point.
Like I said, I'm not great with carbs. Least of all, Carter AVS. I'm looking for a direction to go with this.
While I appreciate your response, I was looking for more of an opinion than an instruction sheet.
To me, adjusting carbs requires wizards with wands and pixie dust.
How? It has a bi metal coil on one side and a vacuum pull off on the other.
My 70 340, 4 speed Dart won't start easy or idle until it gets hot. Could this be a mixture screw adjustment problem? The carb was professionally...