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Edelbrock AVS2 Carburetor, anybody running one?

Rentalman

Member
Soon I will be sending the IH 345 engine out for a rebuild. I was planning on installing a Hamilton TBI for my fuel needs. This new carb the AVS2 that Edelbrock came out with has me wondering? Is any body running one? As I undertand you don't want to over carburetor these engines. I wonder how the 500 cfm model would perform?
 

FDChappie

Active member
My Scout with a warmed over 345 is running a Holley 390 cfm 0-8007. It is setup very similar to the carb on oem carb on the 392 and works great and can get 15mpg if I can keep my foot out of it. If you search for the pn there is a build thread on it. With minor mods to the vents it is rock solid off road too.
 

Rentalman

Member
FDChappie thanks for the reply. My 800B with a 304 has a Holley 2300 0-7448 and it is a great carb. I will look into your suggestion. Thanks.
 
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