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FORD SIDE VALVE CHROME 97 2 BARREL 9 SUPER 7 PRIMARY CARBURETOR
FORD SIDE VALVE CHROME 97 2 BARREL 9 SUPER 7 PRIMARY CARBURETOR FORD SIDE VALVE CHROME 97 2 BARREL 9 SUPER 7 PRIMARY CARBURETOR FORD SIDE VALVE CHROME 97 2 BARREL 9 SUPER 7 PRIMARY CARBURETOR FORD SIDE VALVE CHROME 97 2 BARREL 9 SUPER 7 PRIMARY CARBURETOR FORD SIDE VALVE CHROME 97 2 BARREL 9 SUPER 7 PRIMARY CARBURETOR

FORD SIDE VALVE CHROME 97 2 BARREL 9 SUPER 7 PRIMARY CARBURETOR

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FORD SIDE VALVE 97 2 BARREL 9 SUPER 7 PRIMARY CARBURETOR 3 BOLT PATTERN

All new Ford side valve 97 2 barrel carburetors with 3 bolt pattern. New style 21st century reproduction of the Stromberg 97 2 barrel carburetor! These retain the original look without the original problems.

  • New tooling produces crisp, flawless castings
  • New aluminum base assembly allows for cooler fuel temps and better fuel efficiency as compared to the original cast iron design
  • Stainless steel screws and hardware
  • Choke assembly, accelerator pump, and jets have all been faithfully retained and accept standard Stromberg parts
  • Features original Stromberg 0.97" venturi diameter
  • Modern Nitrophyl float and Neoprene gaskets
  • Original troublesome needle and seat replaced by a Grose-style fuel inlet valve to better cope with higher fuel pressures and improved high speed running
  • Will not stick or dribble like the old Viton-tipped needle and seat setups
  • Grose-style jet valve wont corrode in modern fuel, something the original needle and seat units cant do
  • Comes with a No. 65 power valve and 0.045" main jets, identical to the stock 97
  • Extended brass throttle shaft to simplify multi-carb linkage
  • Perfect for use with our dual carb intake manifolds for Ford Flatheads

Please note: These carburetors will operate suitably with fuel pressures ranging from 1-1/2 psi to 4 psi, with a desired setting of 2-1/2 psi to 3 psi. Fuel pressure from 4 psi to 7 psi will cause the carburetor to run excessively rich and may cause flooding. Flooding or leaks caused by excessive fuel pressure do not indicate a faulty carburetor.

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