How to tips - To Help You Choose The Best carb spacer for you

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    The links both went to the condenser article. I'm really curious about the carb spacer.
     
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      Same here. Kim
       
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      Me too. Went to the fuel and air section of the how-to articles, but it wasnt there either.
      Oops. Original post from three years ago.
      Edit: best general info i have found; if you have a single plane intake, use a four hole, if you have a two plane, use an open. But whether to use a half inch, one inch, two inch (if you have room!), four hole tapered to open, plastic, wood, aluminum, etc, i have never seen any firm recommendation, cause there isnt one. It depends entirely on what YOUR combo likes.
      I suggest experimenting with the cheapest, widest assortment you can get. Could be the cheapest horsepower you will ever buy.
       
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