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anniegirl
    
What size (cfm) carburetor was original to the super cmmando 383 in a Plmouth Fury 111?
I am replacing a 2 barrel with a 4 barrel and am getting a lot of different advice. I am not racing or building the engine up in any other way. Do you know if there were any other diferences between the commando and super commando?
posted: January 25, 2017
 
    
 
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srfn872
    
I find that they used Carter AFB's with approximately 575 CFM. An Edelbrock 1405 (manual choke) or 1406 (electric choke) should work just fine. hope this helps
posted:  January 27, 2017
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