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    Member kbrown84's Avatar
    Join Date:  Oct 2013

    Location:  Indianapolis, IN

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    My VIN:    3513

    I'm currently running an intake from an Alpine, with a custom made (by me) adapter plate for a Motorcraft 2100 with an Airtex low pressure fuel pump. There is a block off on the passenger side cylinder head where a mechanical fuel pump can mount.
    The carb is a 1.08 venturi, jetted at .047
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    My VIN:    04194: 5-Speed, Black Int, 79 Peugeot 604 Manifold, 05052: 5-Speed, Gray Int, 78 Peugeot 604 manifol

    Quote Originally Posted by kbrown84 View Post
    I'm currently running an intake from an Alpine, with a custom made (by me) adapter plate for a Motorcraft 2100 with an Airtex low pressure fuel pump. There is a block off on the passenger side cylinder head where a mechanical fuel pump can mount.
    The carb is a 1.08 venturi, jetted at .047
    PwZoxey.jpg
    Nice setup! I would recommend buying a spare mechanical fuel pump as they seem to be getting harder to find. Two years ago you could order them from Autozone or Rockauto. Now it takes a month to get one from Summit. I carry a spare in both 4194 and 5052 for that reason.

    Did you get the Alpine manifold from Bill or from a European source? It's pretty rare to see the Alpine manifolds on this side of the pond. IIRC the difference between the Peugeot 604 and Alpine manifolds is the lack of an EGR port on the Alpine manifold. However, the overseas sourced Pug manifolds may may not have EGR ports either.

    I would love to find a twin triple barrel Weber setup from an Alpine Pack GT, but those were rare to start with and even rarer to find getting parted out.

    On an aside, there is a EU speed shop that modifies Alpine manifolds to accept a Holley 390. However IIRC the mod and carb assembly costs around $1,000 US plus you need to supply the core Pug/Alpine manifold.
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