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Old 03/15/2007, 06:44 PM   #1
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Autolite 4300 (J-code 302)

Does anyone have experience with Pony Carburetors (or other reputable carburetor shop) with respect to the Autolite 4300 4-barrel carburetor? I am contemplating having mine restored for use versus using a Barry Grant or Holley carburetor. I was hoping someone could give me a report. Thanks so much!
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Old 03/15/2007, 07:00 PM   #2
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Had Pony Carbs do one for a Shelby I had a while ago. Did a good job from what I could tell. Can ran great. Expensive though.

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Old 03/15/2007, 07:52 PM   #3
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I have used Pony a number of times for my Mach with great success. I just bought a concours 4300 from them for my 67FB. I'll let you know in two weeks how good it is.

Most people told me to stick with the 4100 that I have on the car now, but I am bringing it to concours slowly, and this was the next step.
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Old 03/30/2007, 12:33 PM   #4
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I have used Pony a number of times for my Mach with great success. I just bought a concours 4300 from them for my 67FB. I'll let you know in two weeks how good it is.

Most people told me to stick with the 4100 that I have on the car now, but I am bringing it to concours slowly, and this was the next step.
Hey RedGTvert,

How's that 4300? Hopefully you've had some time to check it out ...

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