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01-16-2011 01:10 AM
Get the 2100

Get the 2100 or 2150 is better, Ebay has the whole kit. Makes the Jeep run like new or better. Also do the TFI ingnition up grade.
01-11-2011 08:52 PM
natronn i have a holley 390 on mine and its garbage. im going to get on ebay and get a motorcraft 2100 soon, i think thats the way to go. or howell efi.
01-09-2011 04:31 PM
Holley Carb question

I found on CL a Holley Carb 2bbl for a 258 4.2L. My jeep is stock and looking to upgrade the carb. I did clean it very well recently but I am wondering how much better is a Holley Carb than the Carter and is it worth replacing. What are the advantages disadvantages? Is it hard to install and what do I need beside the replacement carb? It's only for 100 bucks so I'm hoping to score a deal. As far as how good of condition it's in I'll get a reply soon.

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