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 How to Rebuild a 1949 Carter Carburetor?

Answer The Carter Carburetor Company manufactured several types of carburetors in 1949. The most popular was the W type and the B&B. The W type appeared on cars made by GM, Chrysler, Hudson, Packard and m... Read More »
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How to Tune a Carter Carburetor?

A number of muscle car owners despise the tuning process. To many, it is a tedious process of trial and error, inhaling gas fumes and making little adjustments again and again until the engine "see... Read More »
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How to Lean Out a Carter Carburetor?

The primary source of the enduring popularity of Carter-style aluminum four-barrel (AFB) carburetors is that they provide a high level of performance with few intricate parts. As opposed to the the... Read More »
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How to Adjust a Carter BBD Carburetor?

The Carter Ball & Ball Dual-throat carburetor has been used in many variants since its introduction on Chrysler vehicles in 1962. The BBD design continued on until the last carburetor equipped vehi... Read More »
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How to Adjust a Carter Carburetor?

The Carter carburetor has been around for a very long time. The WCFB carburetor which came on some of the earliest Corvettes continued in production through the mid-'60s. The Carter AFB model intro... Read More »
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