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Carbureted 4g64 #328022
April 09, 2010 08:31 pm UTC
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I understand these do exsist in a few different forms with Hitachi carbs . I am looking for an OEM manifold to try with a 4130 Holley carb ,could anyone tell me what make, model and year these may have come ?

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Re: Carbureted 4g64 [Re: Tom Cook] #328027
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I dont know how they differ but old Starions and conquest came with a single cam 4g63 I believe and they were carb.


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Re: Carbureted 4g64 [Re: Jay McClelland] #328059
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Actually, I think that engine was a 2.6 liter (Astron, not Sirius) in North America.

I know older Colts came with 4G63s, perhaps some of them ran carbs in the late 80s?


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Re: Carbureted 4g64 [Re: Adam Weinhandl] #328061
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Sirius 4G63 was the motor in the starions they were a 2.0l.

I think with some looking all the models over here were 2.6's.

There are references to SOHC galants in my manual with a carb on them. Perhaps they may have what you need or the eagle 2000gtx


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Re: Carbureted 4g64 [Re: Jay McClelland] #328082
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Re: Carbureted 4g64 [Re: Rob Strelecki] #328087
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I suppose what i really need to know is will any of those intake manifolds fit a 16 valve SOHC 4g64 .

Re: Carbureted 4g64 [Re: Tom Cook] #328258
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Originally Posted by Tom Cook
I suppose what i really need to know is will any of those intake manifolds fit a 16 valve SOHC 4g64 .


I'm not sure if it will but you could compare both Intake Manifold Gaskets.

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Re: Carbureted 4g64 [Re: Ghislain Goudreau] #328410
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Don't mean to butt in again but what would the advantage be towards a carb rather than a generic 4g63? If you don't me asking.

Re: Carbureted 4g64 [Re: Luke Decking] #328520
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No problem Luc .

We race a Cordia at various southern Ontario oval tracks . One of the tracks allows carbureted engines to use " any" cam shaft where as EFI cars must run a stock cam . The only catch is that it has to be a factory OEM carb manifold .

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Re: Carbureted 4g64 [Re: Tom Cook] #328537
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Oh cool! Thanks for the info! I wish you better luck than me! Base duty driver on a Saturday, bummer!


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