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  • Edelbrock weber pr0-flo fuel injection.

    Does anyone run one these Edelbrock EFI systems? Edelbrock told me it's about 10-15 yrs old. Wife bought a 69 Camaro with this EFI system....I have been trying to figure out where the vacuum plug is if your adding a brake boost. This car won't stop. Does anyone know if this system has a large 3/8 in. probably....vacuum port for a vacuum source. I have looked around the back of the throttle body and intake...can't see or feel anything. Thanks

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    It might be #3500, or add a extra 0 to the end of the number.
    Manual for #3500 http://www.edelbrock.com/automotive/...ers-manual.pdf

    Anyway. There's a port for the brake booster.
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    • #3
      Yea...this is an old system that Edelbrock has no information on. The website you gave me is just the system calibration instructions...doesn't show me where there is a vacuum port large enough for the Brake booster line. I was hoping to find someone that had one on their car. Thanks

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      • #4
        You could look at other posts. Like this one: https://forums.edelbrock.com/forum/p...m-hose-routing
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        • #5
          Originally posted by hdillman View Post
          Does anyone run one these Edelbrock EFI systems? Edelbrock told me it's about 10-15 yrs old. Wife bought a 69 Camaro with this EFI system....I have been trying to figure out where the vacuum plug is if your adding a brake boost. This car won't stop. Does anyone know if this system has a large 3/8 in. probably....vacuum port for a vacuum source. I have looked around the back of the throttle body and intake...can't see or feel anything. Thanks
          yes I have one on my 1939 ford with a zz4 motor the port is in the front of the throttle body the hose will run under the drivers side fuel rail rubber hose to a stainless pipe back to rubber to your booster hope this helps

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