Separate names with a comma.
What was used for the heat stove on this intake? Stock choke piece doesn’t fit
What year choke are you trying to use? Maybe some photos?
I don't think the LD340 ( or any aftermarket intake ) was designed to use a stock style thermal choke. Would probably have a Holley mounted or convert to electric or manual choke.
I have seen little choke coils that would fasten to the 2 screws here.
Probably something like this or the like. This one fits into a well and not on top but you catch my drift. Standard Motor Products CV204 Standard Motor Choke Kit Components | Summit Racing
There are some generic choke coils that bolt to that. I have one on my large port dual plane Weiand intake. iirc they come with the coil ends on either side. There is a pin that locates them but flipping them changes the offset of the coils. can’t remember if they come in different opening rates. the Tomco 9007 is for sure one. You can see the outline matched toolmanmike’s pic. Not sure is the Standard CV-76 is one. I think one has the lever attachment on the wrong side. you’ll have to look it up those part numbers and figure which is right. PS. Toolmanmike, is Champion Auto still in business ?
that’s what I have. You tap one of the two holes in the intake and put the pin in the other. The intake conducts heat through the bottom of the choke assembly. Wouldn’t be a bad idea to file the choke pad a little more flat.
I like to use electric choke carbs on my LD340's....
I have a electric and a oem choke on my 2 cars. I must have them adjusted proper because both work pretty flawless.
Here they are. they are stamped 32 and 39 on the bottom. Don’t know what that means. the hooks aren’t pulled all the way down cause it’s 85 degrees in my garage
Yea that looks good, do they have a cover? Going one of two ways here, AVS or TQ, since I have about ten of each plus a few new carters and Edelbrocks, reason for the hot choke. Where are those sold at?
mike showed you a link to Summit Racing. I would google those part numbers and put them in rockauto.com to check I saw these two on summit on bottom of that page Mike linked to. One is $11.99. I can’t see a difference other than hook location you’ll need to make a Z-bar out of rod for the choke attachment. Then you bend the Z part to shorten or lengthen the rod for fine adjustments
I’m guessing one push’s up and the other pulls down, sorry didn’t see the link. Didn’t the early Chevys have something like that?
iirc, I’ve heard Chevy used them. I think they might have had a cover OE. All 3 on summit and the two I have push up. if they pulled down, then when cold the hook hole would be on top.
I used the same set up on my LD340.
I haven’t bought from either of these places but it looks they have the required parts too: Divorced choke parts: Quadrajet Carburetor Chokes - Carburetor Parts & Kits for Carter, Ford Motorcraft, Holley & Rochester Carburetors (quadrajetparts.com) Choke cover here: Divorced Choke Thermostat Cover - (quadrajetparts.com) And here: CUR4cv13 - Divorce Choke Cover fits GM (carburetion.com)
Thanks for the info and the part numbers.
Thanks, I knew you guys would come thru for the help!
Excellent detailed info. Really nice! Note: those Chevy ones shown are all “pull down” . You can see the hook hole on top when cold. Also: you can use the Chevy cover shown with other “push up” mechanisms. If you need to. I used a “push up” with my AVS. But there was plenty of room to use either. Just depended on how you bend the rod.