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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-07-2009, 10:00 AM Thread Starter
 
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Carb Help. Please.

need some help picking out the right carb for 660 4x4, w/ k&n filter, dual exhaust. i have an elderbrock right now, and i hate that piece of shit.
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here is one of the best carbs for the rhino imo... clicky

... and i agree, the edelcrock is a POS.

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here is one of the best carbs for the rhino imo... clicky

... and i agree, the edelcrock is a POS.
Will that carb fit the stock air box?
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Will that carb fit the stock air box?
yes, it is a direct bolt on.

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thank you. I have had a few other people tell me that that carb is the one to go with. just wasn't sure. again thanks.
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yes, it is a direct bolt on.
but you need a cable setup also I believe.



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here is one of the best carbs for the rhino imo... clicky

... and i agree, the edelcrock is a POS.
This i9s a great carb and a great price......Another good option is an FCR 41 but you can easily spend twice as much $$$ for the FCR



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can't i just use the cables that came with the edelbrock, or the stock cables. Or do i need to buy all new ones. I was going to see if the cables that came w/ the edelbrock kit would work, and if not then go buy new ones. If you already know those cables will not work, then let me know and i will go ahead and get new ones.
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the 45 is a good carb, but requires alot of retuning, the fcr won't do that, spend a little more and get the fcr and have less headaches, you already had that with the edelcrock pos.

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the 45 is a good carb, but requires alot of retuning, the fcr won't do that, spend a little more and get the fcr and have less headaches, you already had that with the edelcrock pos.
I Agree the FCR 41 ($619.95) is a Fantastic Carb but it is $240 more then the HSR45 ($379.95)

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