What CFM is a Autolite 4100 carburetor?

What CFM is a Autolite 4100 carburetor?

In fact, the 4100, depending on how you size it, offers the same performance features (and power) as a comparable Holley 4160. In other words, a 600-cfm Autolite 4100 will deliver roughly the same performance as a Holley of the same size.

How do I know if my carburetor is Autolite 1100?

Autolite 1100 carburetor identification is done by examining the base plate and searching for numbers. Look for the Ford part number for initial identification. Prior to ’67, 1100 carburetors had one accelerator pump diaphragm.

What CFM is an Autolite 2100?

Autolite 2100 carburetors were made from 1953 to 1973. They are a synchronous two venturi (barrel) design, meaning both venturii operate together. There are eight different sizes ranging from 190 cfm to 424 cfm. They are available with manual, electric, or automatic hot-air chokes.

Is the 4100 Autolite a good carburetor?

The 4100 Autolite is a very low-maintenance carburetor, once it has been set up properly, and the one-piece cast design of the fuel bowl means the chances of a leak in the center section of the carburetor are nil.

When did the 4100 Autolite come out?

Originally installed on the 312-cu.in. V-8 engines in 1957, the first-generation Autolite model was referred to as the 4100. Use of this “bare bones” square-bore four-barrel continued on numerous eight-cylinder configurations until finally phased out with the ’69 Thunderbird 429 engine.

Will a 4150 4160 fit in a street engine?

Holley 4150/4160’s came in cfms from 390 all the way to 1150’s. Many had mechanical secondaries. As you can see most all of these applications would not be practical NOR REALIABLE for the street or a street engine.

What is the bore diameter of a 4100 engine?

Depending on engine size and application you would find either a 1.08-inch bore diameter or 1.12-inch version. Both automatic and manual choke versions of the 4100 were built, although most manual choke listings for Autolite four-barrels were basically limited to trucks and the 289 “K” engines, and sizes varied between 475cfm and 600cfm.

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