you will be over-carbureted,it will have poor throttle response and bog and hesitate at low speeds and won't run well until very high rpms. poor fuel economy and bad emmissions
500-600cfm for stock or mildly modified,650-750cfm for large cam and or head work, 800 cfm+ for full race applications
No, you would not have chickpeas on a no carb diet.
Probably not. Unless the previous intake and carb were not functioning properly.
it is on the front of the carb. the fuel line going to the carb goes into a large bolt that connects into the carb itself. it is right inside of it. it is very easy to get to. mine gave me no trouble at all.
No, not unless it was an extremely large amount.
Watermelon would be considered a "good" carb. However, do not have too much fruit if you are counting carbohydrates.
Could be the fuel pump, or the lines themselves are clogged. I would trace the lines from the tank all the way up to the carb.
A four barrel carb usually adds about 20 hp.
a 1998 Tracker would be fuel injected and not have a carb.a 1998 Tracker would be fuel injected and not have a carb.
Eat a salad you abnormally large human being
a 600 or 650 CFM. carb will work great on that engine.