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Hi Guys

Looking for some input, I put my car on a chassis dyno with my present carb from a reputable well known carb rebuilder, had problems getting the right a/f ratio on both the motor and the spray, changed the carb to a stock 850 hp holley and picked up 100hp rear wheel and about 140hp rear wheel on the spray. Called the carb builder this morning and he claimed that a chassis dyno is not a good reference, doesn't think I should waste my money sending him the carb back. He said by looking at the nummbers on my carb there is nothing wrong with it. not sure what to do, I don't want to wait till the spring to find out there is a problem with my currant carb. Has anyone else had experiences like this.

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I would take both carbs to the track and run the car. If the stock carb goes faster someone has to eat some crow. I'm not a big fan of chassis dynos but 100 HP aint nothin to sneeze at.
 
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