AFB carb # application?

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  1. barbee6043

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    I have afew good parts I need to list. Can someone look up the application for a carte 625 afb # 9626 sa I believe,... the second digit is hard to read.
     
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    Aftermarket 625 cfm AFB, Mopar throttle arm. I believe it was calibrated for a 383.
     
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    Thanks for the info. I got it of friend that had it on a restored b body , it was running, clean, but has sat for 2 years. I guess worth what ever, but I am thinking $125 plus postage. Or trade for goats and chickens!
     
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    Sounds good to me. Good luck!
     
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    Just looked it up. Certified emissions 625 cfm carb for 1971 383 with stock intake and dual exhaust.
     
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    rumblefish360 so close yet so far away

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    It was a aftermarket carb with the Chrysler throttle arm for ease of installation by Federal Mougal capable for emission vehicles. Certified for a 383 or not, it was for any engine needing to pass emissions. Rejetting the carb was probably mandatory on any engine.
     
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    Years back I had a Govier book with all the part #'s, but I lost it after a few decades. . This carb looked like an OEM with # to me, I will get pics and post it. Thanks all.
     
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    If it is a 9626 it is for sure an aftermarket carb from the 80s on up. Rated at 625 cfm. Kim
     
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    pishta I know I'm right....

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    IIRC a 5 at the end was a manual choke, a 6 was a electric and a 7 was ford KD? also the 3rd number was EGR, like 9605 was non EGR while 9625 was EGR? YMMV.