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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

farmall h

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10-20-2013 19:33:50

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i have a farmall h with a 350 IH head, with bigger valves, motor is stock, is the bigger valves hurting my hp?. what should i get for a carb? Super H carb? M carb? thanks!

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10-22-2013 19:46:26

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 Re: farmall h in reply to farmallhpuller1, 10-20-2013 19:33:50  
A stock 350 carb should feed that motor just fine.

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super h man

10-23-2013 07:28:58

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 Re: farmall h in reply to H-66, 10-22-2013 19:46:26  
running big valves n a ported head on a stock 175, is gonna run good on the high side but be a weak dog on the lugging rpm. running a super H venturi in the M carb will be too much for it. smaller carb is a must in this situation, I recommend a worked over H carb for best lugging rpm on this engine. keeps the velocity up at lo rpm.

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The Gambler pulling team

10-21-2013 17:05:13

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 Re: farmall h in reply to farmallhpuller1, 10-20-2013 19:33:50  
If you go with a Farmall M carburetor change the venturi to a #23 or #24. The #27 that is in the M carburetor is to big and the tractor will not have any lugging power and drop off fast. I just went through that with a C175 (350) in my H puller. I run a #24 now and may try the #23 later. The #24 comes in the 350 utility.

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baldwin racing

10-21-2013 05:31:33

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 Re: farmall h in reply to farmallhpuller1, 10-20-2013 19:33:50  
talk to Gary Baker, Jeff @ murphys or chad...ask them what would be better. I am thinking they will bore your stock carb and set up for what your are doing.....rpms and so on...


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10-21-2013 07:15:15

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 Re: farmall h in reply to baldwin racing, 10-21-2013 05:31:33  
If you decide to call chad save yourself some time and send him a check while expecting not to get anything

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baldwin racing

10-21-2013 07:56:55

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 Re: farmall h in reply to underdog, 10-21-2013 07:15:15  
I am not here to bash people.....I was just telling him 3 guys that I know that are farmall guys/builders that would know what to do with his make the most power.....that's all....


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10-21-2013 10:56:44

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 Re: farmall h in reply to baldwin racing, 10-21-2013 07:56:55  
I don't want to start a bashing war either...........just call it a customer review

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