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Interesting new carburetor from Pro Systems

Postby 289nate » Tue Oct 27, 2009 10:59 pm

Anyone check out the new SV1 that Patrick is selling? Looks and sounds very interesting.

http://www.prosystemsracing.com/svseries.html
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Postby R.Olds » Tue Oct 27, 2009 11:11 pm

Dammmm, I dont think my toilet has a bore that big!
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Postby Ron C. » Tue Oct 27, 2009 11:49 pm

It looks like the old "Fish" carb from many years ago.

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Postby jmarkaudio » Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:33 am

Ron C. wrote:It looks like the old "Fish" carb from many years ago.

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Postby 289nate » Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:58 am

I think there are a few things it looks like. LOL Have you checked out the boosters on it? That is the part I find most interesting.
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Postby Lasher... » Wed Oct 28, 2009 10:58 am

Sort of like a horisontal version of the old Carter AVS / TQ secondary angled spray bars.
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Postby lluciano77 » Wed Oct 28, 2009 9:52 pm

I see a few possible problems with these carbs;

#1- Don't let the animal rights people see those. Now they have a real reason to say your carb is big enough to suck a bird in.

#2- Anyone seen my wrench?

#3- I can already see the Holley techs getting calls about replacement 1 barrel gaskets. It is hard enough asking them info about their own carbs.

#4- Wait until someone tries to slab the throttle shaft too much, trying to get every last CFM. I'd bet money it will happen.

#5- Where is the air cleaner stud? The "bottom of the catalog" street guy with the Vortec heads is going to get a surprise after he bolts the SV1 up, and scratches his head wondering where to put the Spectre air cleaner wingnut.

#6- Does the SV1 come with a 1:1 linkage? That would be a good prank call to Pro Systems anyway.

#7- The clown that bolts one of these to a dual plane intake and wonders why his engine is down on power.

Sorry, in a sarcastic mood tonight. The carb looks cool, but probably too big for anything I am going to build. I wonder if they will make them in a streetable CFM rating. Although, I am guessing there aren't as significant results to be had on NA small blocks 500hp and under with smaller cams w/ less overlap.
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Postby Dodge Freak » Wed Oct 28, 2009 10:34 pm

All great points lluciano77 8)

It does seem to favor the larger cid engines.

I laugh if they do receive a patent since it does have much in common with some very old carbs. (but then people forget)
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Postby Ericnova » Wed Oct 28, 2009 10:40 pm

Seems like it might have come off the nearest branch on the Family Tree to the Predator carb to me, with its overhead "spray" bar.
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Postby lluciano77 » Thu Oct 29, 2009 7:06 am

Ericnova wrote:Seems like it might have come off the nearest branch on the Family Tree to the Predator carb to me, with its overhead "spray" bar.


That is what I was thinking. It looks like a Predator carb with the adjustability of a Holley.
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Postby melsie68 » Thu Oct 29, 2009 7:28 pm

lluciano77 wrote:I see a few possible problems with these carbs;

#5- Where is the air cleaner stud? The "bottom of the catalog" street guy with the Vortec heads is going to get a surprise after he bolts the SV1 up, and scratches his head wondering where to put the Spectre air cleaner wingnut.

#6- Does the SV1 come with a 1:1 linkage? That would be a good prank call to Pro Systems anyway.



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Postby T » Thu Oct 29, 2009 8:05 pm

We will have to watch and seee what happen's. I would think that if they are that great, their will be quick change on alot of cars out there...
Those big 700+ci. guy's would luv these thing's, I would think!



P.S. There will be alot of used carbs for sale here shortly.

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Postby wagon train » Thu Oct 29, 2009 8:06 pm

lluciano77 wrote:
Ericnova wrote:Seems like it might have come off the nearest branch on the Family Tree to the Predator carb to me, with its overhead "spray" bar.


That is what I was thinking. It looks like a Predator carb with the adjustability of a Holley.


That was my first thought.Then I was thinking man two of those bolt on a sheetmetal intake.WOW.
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Postby Troy Patterson » Thu Oct 29, 2009 9:05 pm

Nice having it that short and all that cfm. Cool. Good idea.

Can't say how the fuel delivery bars will work or it's fuel delivery characteristics.

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Postby cjperformance » Thu Oct 29, 2009 9:19 pm

I personally know some chaps here in Adelaide that were playing around with a 4 barrel version of a holley but using this same spray bar venturi system. I must get on to them, maybe they got it sorted and sold their idea! not sure. As far as I know it was working well based on 600/750 cfm 4 barrel application.
Dont know about the off idle response on a stock 302 auto! ha ha.
Should be pretty good on big ci/rpm engine!!
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