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Username Post: Electric choke...        (Topic#362552)
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09-13-20 03:53 AM - Post#2803353    

Any one had any experience with converting to an electric choke on a stock Carter or Rochester carb? Did the conversion work?


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09-13-20 12:28 PM - Post#2803392    
    In response to Travs55

No experience on converting either of those, but as long as you can get an electric choke for the carb. It should work great. I’ve had electric chokes before and they always perform well. Just hook it up to a keyed power source and adjust it for the right air amount that is let in by the choke if that is an available adjustment for that choke.

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09-13-20 05:38 PM - Post#2803412    
    In response to wagonman100

Thanks, I had a ‘69 VW beetle with an electric choke and even on the coldest mornings it would start right up and drive away so I hope this works as well.

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09-17-20 10:01 AM - Post#2803660    
    In response to Travs55

An electric choke works great. You will like it.

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